12 Things to Remember

When communicating online!

Spelling & Grammar

Spelling and grammar are both very important when communicating for reasons such as your post looking more professional and people being able to understand what you are trying to communicate to them.
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Get to the Point!

What this means is that you shouldn't get distracted while you are typing and say what you want to say as short as possible.

Be Professional

This means you should use a professional tone along with proper grammar to ensure you don't not sound professional.

Double Check Web Adresses

Whenever you need to display a web address, you should double check your links to make sure your viewers don't get redirected to somewhere they don't want to go.

Respond Quickly!

If somebody sends you a message, you should respond quickly so the person who sent the message wont get impatient with you.
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Think Before you Type!

Probably the most important tip is to always think before you post something online. Could it offend anyone? Does thing belong here? Would this get me in trouble?
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Keep your file sizes small!

Nowadays, you send files to other people very, very often. It is important to keep these file sizes small because if someone wants to view the file is they don't have a fast connection, they might get impatient.

Be Polite!

Being polite is important because it can really change how people think of you and your actions, and it is never good to have someone think you are rude and disrespectful.

Treat Others How You Want To Be Treated!

This is important even outside of online communications, and that is always treat other's how you want to be treated yourself.

Proofread Your Work

It is important to proofread your work because it relates to your professional presence online.
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Double Check Email Adresses

It would be very rude if you sent your email address to someone and it being incorrect because they would get fed up with you not responding.

Use A Good Tone

You should use a good tone so people don't misinterpret what you are saying so they won't get offended.