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Ethical And Unethical Ways Of Using Social Networking Websites As An Online Marketing Tool

Saturday, 7 December 2013

Strength is obviously crucial particularly when you possess and observe after a web site. Underhanded habits inside making use of social media will be uncontrolled today. This sort of habits can injury the particular strength of one's enterprise and also have an effect on the particular prospect of marketing and advertising the products. Alternatively, there are numerous strategies you need to use to advertise your internet site which can be moral.

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Constantly value the particular level of privacy regarding online users. Understand that networks consist of your genuine local community regarding internet surfers. Thus, if you use social media marketing and advertising, an individual become a member of in which local community. Your organization could have a spot in different local community nevertheless, you haven't any directly to interfere with the particular level of privacy of men and women inside online community. Steer clear of spamming friends and family on your own social media web sites.

Online sites for instance Fb and also Friendster are increasingly being employed by different myspace and facebook internet marketers to have world wide web targeted traffic with their organizations. This is completed in a moral approach simply by leading visitors to an appealing website write-up on your own website, yet spamming internet surfers making use of back links or perhaps photos right to your organization internet site just isn't moral. That will at some point receives an individual restricted simply by engines like google and also social media web sites.

Steer clear of spamming along with your marketing and advertising commercials to your enterprise internet site.

Networks have become aware about spamming styles which can be regarded underhanded training within website marketing method. Trustworthiness and also professionalism and trust with all the social network have become crucial.

When working with networks, constantly get involved together with strength and also trustworthiness. Initial, you should be a part to be able to get involved. You should sign up yourself to teams which can be strongly related your organization. Socialize inside local community and also present in your co-members which you have experience in the specific industry which usually is related to the products.

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The content that you publish on the social networking website must be good quality and relevant to the people on that site. Avoid being too pushy to the online community for your products or services. Avoid misleading information referencing your products or services. Criticizing your competitors is unethical.

Ethical practices in using social networking websites as a tool for online marketing have no specific guidelines; however, it is wise to seek at least some basic knowledge of on media law to know the potential risks for yourself and your business. Just google the term ‘media law’ and you’ll find plenty of good information.

Online Social Networking Positive Aspects

Friday, 6 December 2013

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What happens when you put different people into one room together?

You get an introduction to online social networking positive aspects. In the social networking community, there is one true fact, when you have passed the small talk you get to the animated, juicy, revealing conversations. People then find out that they have a lot in common. This is one great benefit to online social networking.


Everyone rushes to chime in and share his or her thoughts in this growing and ever popular online medium. If you have not tried it, you are missing a lot of the online social networking positive aspects you may want to enjoy.

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• Connect with people and build relationships by sharing thoughts. Before you know it, you will be an active member of the community.
• Seniors join social networking sites to expand their horizons and find out what others are doing. They can stay in touch with old friends who moved away. It helps combat loneliness.
• Students enjoy educational opportunities where lesson topics, research, creative ideas, and interactive discussions are at their fingertips.
• Connect with people who share your same specific interests and activities. If you love football, you may join the "your team" football fan club, and have fun at the online tailgate party.
• Easily build a network of contacts in the Business World, which could lead to advancement opportunities.
• Get the dibs on trends and jobs.
• Share photo galleries, videos, initiate surveys and polls.
• Create a network of unlimited contacts. There is no limit to the number of friends you can have.
• Have fun swapping delightful recipes.
• If you like entertainment, hook up with "life of the party" individuals to share jokes, have fun, and lots of laughs. I have even witnessed someone leave and return with virtual martinis.

When you join some of the current sites out there, you will see that the online social networking positive aspects will also include some of the following methods for interaction:

• Email – text, image, and even video
• Instant messenger – text, image, and video
• Web casting
• Blogging
• Pod Casting

Within a brief period of time, the online social networking positive aspects have evolving dramatically. Existing sites also feature the following functionality to users:

• Finding individuals, like old classmates for reunions or friends you lost contact with
• Makes it easy to build and manage directories of contacts
• Allows you access management to your identity and contact list
• Enables you to easily connect with people in your own network
• Offers capabilities for content sharing with your network friends


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So what does social networking hold for you? There is no better way to express your self freely with people who are eager to listen. There are millions of frequent visits, sometimes daily from people who want to meet you and hear your thoughts. If you want to make new friends, this is a great way to make a new connection.

NEWS: Pacific youth share their stories in new climate change media


APIA, Samoa ---- Twenty-two media articles of compelling, youth-driven media were launched internationally Thursdayas part of the Australian Aid-funded PACMAS initiative A2C2 (Action Against Climate Change).
These media pieces include TV, radio, online and print stories on climate change science and solutions. The productions are now being disseminated through a new website (www.apidae.com.au/A2C2/) dedicated to sharing the ‘voice of Pacific youth’ on climate change.
Over the last four months high school students from Samoa, Vanuatu, Kiribati, and Tuvalu as well as university students from the University of the South Pacific (USP) and the National University of Samoa (NUS), have been script writing, producing media products and presenting their work at national and regional showcase meetings.
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ARTICLES: 'Children's Rights Not Getting Enough Attention in Media' (INDIA)

Thursday, 5 December 2013


Journalists have the power to change the way children’s rights are perceived and enforced in the country and so have a duty to educate themselves on the various aspects of child protection issues before they publish news in the media, said Rita Panicker, founder-director of Butterflies, a Delhi-based NGO that works for the empowerment of children here on Tuesday.
She was presenting a session at a workshop on child rights for media persons organised by Kerala State Commission for Protection of Child Rights.
“Media persons should not get carried away by whims or emotions and not fall into the trap of demonising juveniles,” said Panicker, speaking on ‘What media can do to promote child rights’.
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ARTICLES / AWARDS: The OneMinutesJr Awards 2013

Youth Filmmaking: Big Screens, Big Experiences

By Karen Cirillo

AMSTERDAM, 30 November 2013 - The lights dimmed in a sold-out theatre as OneMinutesJr videos took to the screen.

The theatre screening was part of the International Documentary Festival Amsterdam (IDFA), where the 2013 OneMinutesJr Award-nominated videos were having their big-screen debut as part of the annual Awards and Masterclass.

The events, hosted by UNICEF, the One Minutes Foundation and IDFA, celebrated the best one-minute videos made by young people around the world.  In the audience were 9 of the 15 awards nominees from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Cambodia, Georgia, Libya, Mexico, Pakistan and Ukraine, who were invited to The Netherlands to participate in the Awards events.  They were joined by five local Dutch youth who would be joining the Masterclass. 

The fifteen videos screened were nominated for the 2013 OneMinutesJr Awards in three categories: (Self)-Portrait, Inside-Out and One Minute of Freedom. They were selected from over 300 videos produced during UNICEF-sponsored workshops in 15 different countries over the past year. The awards were presented at a ceremony later in the weekend.

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NEWS / AWARDS: Council of Europe honors director

The jury of the Council of Europe Raoul Wallenberg Prize awarded its first-ever prize to Elmas Arus, a young Roma film director from Turkey. The 2014 prize recognizes Arus’ outstanding contributions to raising awareness about the conditions of the Roma people in Turkey and elsewhere. 

 “The hard work carried out by Arus, with courage and perseverance, is a truly impressive contribution to the fight against deep-rooted prejudice and discrimination suffered by Roma populeated an hour-long documentary on the challenges of the different Roma groups in Turkey. Subsequently, Arus established the Zero Discrimination Organization, which has paved the way for other similar groups: there are now over 200 Roma associations in Turkey. Her work has played a crucial role in the elaboration of the Turkish government’s “Roma opening” policy of 2009.

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ARTICLES: Meeting Youth Around the World - the OneMinutesJr

Wednesday, 4 December 2013


"I’ve been coordinating the global OneMinutesJr. initiative since 2007. The project is an arts-based video initiative that seeks to capture the voices and expressions of youth on issues and subjects important to them. These viewpoints are captured in one-minute videos that are then shared through a multitude of platforms.
In the past six years with the OneMinutesJr., I have met over 450 different youth around the world. There is no one “profile” for the young people that participate in UNICEF’s arts-based one-minute video project. But this uniqueness means that each workshop is a new experience, a chance to meet another diverse group of children."
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NEWS: Call for law to monitor media content watched by children

DOHA: Industry experts from the fields of policy, production, psychology, regulation and acting discussed how to reduce the amount of violence children are exposed to during the final industry session at the Ajyal Youth Film Festival.

The panel on ‘Media violence and our children: How much is too much” was chaired by Qatar’s Head of Theatre at the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage, Saad Bourschied.

A variety of questions were raised, including the need for laws and legislation, enforcement of regulation and whose responsibility it is to monitor what media content children are consuming.

Sheikha Najla bint Faisal Al Thani, Director at the ministry, discussed the increase in video game sales in the country, highlighting positive and negative effects this medium can have on the younger generation. 

However, she suggested there is still work to be done to ensure that parents choose the right games for their children to play.

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NEWS: $1.25 million NSF grants explore media characters' role in early learning

DECEMBER 3, 2013 –AN INTERACTIVE CHARACTER ON a screen that responds to preschoolers and gives them feedback on an early math skill will be part of research conducted with nearly $1.25 million in grants to a Georgetown professor from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

Sandra Calvert, professor of psychology in Georgetown College and director of the Children’s Digital Media Center, has received two grants that allow her to explore the influence of media characters such as Elmo and Dora the Explorer.

Calvert notes that “More than any other generation, our children now spend their time with media characters from the earliest days of their lives.”

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NEWS: Children's ombudsman looks into social media abuse, privacy (THE NETHERLANDS)

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

The children’s ombudsman Marc Dullaert has started an inquiry into the ways childrens’ right to privacy is being infringed on social media networks.

In particular, Dullaert says he is concerned at the way photographs and personal information is being abused on channels like Facebook and Twitter.

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ARTICLES: Report children’s successes media told (ZAMBIA)

Monday, 2 December 2013

The Government has urged the media to avoid reporting on children only when something negative happens to them but also highlight successes they score during their growth and development process.

Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Mwansa Kapeya said at the Media Institute of Southern African (MISA) regional childrens' reporting awards that the Government attached great importance to the welfare of children as evidenced from the creation of not less than three Government ministries that had a direct bearing on the welfare of the Zambian children.

Mr Kapeya said the Government had continued to undertake wide and decisive measures aimed at promoting children's rights against harmful practices such as child labour and other social vises that stifled their growth and development.

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