From the article:
“The majority of us were undoubtedly raised to say “Thank You” when someone did anything for us. We can never seem to say it enough. The Social Media landscape entails an abundance of giving. Does proper social media etiquette align with our upbringing? Do we need to say “Thank You” every time someone mentions or re-tweets something of ours, or are other actions more welcomed? I wrote a title similar to this one about six months ago, but never published. Last week Brent Carnduff wrote a piece that asked “Would you Rather be “Thanked” or Re-tweeted?” that motivated bringing this to life.”
Content Curator Cendrine Marrouat
Cendrine Marrouat is a journalist, blogger, content curator, and author located in Canada. She is the founder of Creative Ramblings, a social media blog focusing on entrepreneurs and small businesses, and teaches classes on social media 101. Her latest release, "The Little Big eBook on Blogging: 40 Traffic Generation Tips," is a comprehensive resource that provides bloggers of all levels with essential information and precise guidance to attract quality traffic to their blogs.