How do you play a friendly game of tag that is professional?

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How do you play a friendly game of tag that is professional?  The podcast blog supplement for iHeartRadio’s Wait What Really Ok Podcast Episode 62, “Becoming an effective speaker using authenticity and authority.”

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How do you play a friendly game of tag?

Tagging has been over the top for a long time on social media. That’s not news, but handling it and practicing professional tagging for you and your business can help you stand out. A number of people seem to go with the “well they did it, so I’ll just do it too.” That doesn’t showcase professionalism and it doesn’t help your reputation.

So how do you play a friendly game of tag? Two simple rules.

Stick with a few simple rules.

Tag people in pictures that are in those pictures or is the business that is directly related to that image. 

Stop tagging people that aren’t in the image or have nothing to do with it.  It comes off childish and immature.

If you are adding a name tag, make sure that it is directly relating to that person or that business in the content. 

Adding name tags in content to try to draw people to look at a post is complete spam. Stop it. Create posts that will draw people in to read them, do not force people to become a part of them.

How do you play a friendly game of tag?

In the end, stop playing a game you wouldn’t want to play if someone else was leading it. Show respect to those that are connected to you. Avoid adding names that have nothing to do with a post and stop with bulk tags trying to draw attention from others not connected with you.

With so many people doing that, it only hurts your reputation and gets you unfollowed, blocked or removed altogether.

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The Podcast Link Supplement for episode 62 of the Wait What Really OK Podcast is Tradition, Florida.  http://traditionfl.com/
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The podcast video supplement for Wait What Really OK Podcast Episode 62 is titled: All presence and no substance keep speakers lacking in relevance.

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Loren Weisman is a brand messaging strategist with a focus on the authenticity, authority, optics, psychology and perceptions of a brand, persona or product for The Fish Stewarding Group. FSG is stewarding strategic solutions by educating, developing and transitioning businesses through strategic guidance and process architecture.