Apr 11 Posted 5 years ago
Thanks for the feedback. I see your point on proceeding with familiarity cautiously. I tend to only do so after contact has been established and made a few times. As any good Southerner knows, the ability to "read a room" can not be undervalued.
Thanks for reading! It is much appreciated.
Apr 10 Posted 5 years ago
Great post, Dominique! I recently spoke at a regional PRSSA conference (hosted by Belmont University in Nashville) where the theme was "Southern Hospitality" - I talked about traditional and social media relations and gave some tips on how to blend those southern manners. I think all your tips are good ones. The only one I hesitate on is #5. While I agree that social media isn't intended to be 'corp speak,' I'd say to proceed with assumed familiarity cautiously. Not everyone appreciates this southern presumption ;).
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