Top 10 Rules To NOT Be A Social Media Douche

TOP 10 RULES TO NOT BE A SOCIAL MEDIA DOUCHE

 

What’s the basic, number one rule of Social Media?

 

DON’T BE A DOUCHE.

 

Everyone knows this. Yet why are there so many on social media?

 

And what does being or not being a douche really mean?

 

Sure, there’s the golden rule and all that. But part of social media is being yourself. So, what if you are the snarky redhead who likes to communicate with a slight bite? Is that acceptable?

 

Yes. #der.

 

There are, however, a few guidelines I wish to share with you. Because I’ve been doing this for a while (since ’08 as a blogger and ’10 as both an author and consultant), many curious types pepper me with keen questions and comments, and I adore answering every single one. I have experienced or observed all of what you read below.

 

Let’s deconstruct:

1. Don’t spam links. Social media is social, dammit. We are here to interact, discuss, share info, find out about each other and sure, okay, promote. (I’m an author, my books are on Amazon (hint: look at my Twitter bio). I promote them. I run promos when my books are 99cents or free and guess what — I’m going to let you know.

 

But not every day, and most certainly not every freakin’ tweet. Even I get sick of myself. Authors who do that drive me crazy. It’s part of why I started my own social media consulting biz – to help authors learn NOT to spam.

 

Twitter (and Facebook) is about being content-rich: info, resources, memes (which for god’s sake rhymes with themes, people). It’s fine to have links but not in every tweet. Ask a question, discuss a topic, provide expertise. Use your brain.

 

My content (no links) to promo (links) ratio is typically 3:1, though it can vary depending on if it’s a promo day (i.e., #MondayBlogs is a blog post sharing meme where authors share their latest blog posts and RT others, so of course links must be present). I offset this by having little promo the following days.

 

Tweeps who constantly link not only lose followers and fatigue their stream but also violate Twitter’s TOS (terms of service) guidelines we all sign, and risk being shut down. Anyone can report them as spammers.

 

Besides which, you just look like a self-involved douche.

2. Flame Wars. Never a good idea. We’ve all seen these discussions become all out heated wars. Is there ever a winner…truly? Some of us are passionate people who stand up for our rights and what we believe in. Great, fine. TAKE IT TO DM or better yet, walk away.

 

It’s like calling out your boss in front of the group. Don’t do it.

 

Even if the person is the biggest jerk ever, you’re the one who will look poorly for getting into it because you know better. Come on. You do. If someone calls you out for what you said, fine. Let it go. You will not convince them of your position. Let it go.

 

And truly, for all the time and angst you spent getting emotionally roiled up, wouldn’t you rather be writing? Better yet, walk away, breathe, block if you have to (my favorite button ever). Don’t give power to the yahoos.

3. To AutoDM or not to autoDM. My pet peeve? The ones with the links. I’m personally okay with an autoDM if it has no link and is cleverly written. But add a link to it (‘follow me on my Facebook page’ or ‘go purchase my book at…’) is like asking me out on a date before we’ve ever met. So, no.

Some people feel very strongly that you must personally welcome each follower and that’s your call. As your stream grows and you find you’re getting 300 new followers every day, good luck with that. I manage several Twitter accounts for my clients and it’s just not possible – that would be in the thousands and I’d never be able to write my next book or ya know, eat.

 

If you do write autoDMs, don’t say ‘thanks for following.’ Snore. Pick something interesting and write about it. Be cool, baby.

 

TrueTwit – an automated service to determine if you’re an automated service? Um, no.

 

4. Begging for follows. Just. No.

 

5. Scolding. Unlike Facebook, Twitter is based on what’s called a ‘trust model’ meaning I don’t have to follow you, and you don’t have to follow me (unless our accounts are private). Also, there’s no obligation for us to both follow each other. One may follow, the other may not. I follow because I like your content and perhaps, vice versa.

 

If I choose to follow you and find out you’re a douche and unfollow, don’t send me a scathing message scolding me for daring to unfollow. I have that right to go clicky clicky, just as you do. Besides, it’s just Twitter.

 

6. Gurus & Fake-Verifieds. We laugh at you, with your sad little non-blue plain checkmark. Who calls himself or herself a guru, anyway? Maybe, if you have a sitar, a robe, and some John Lennon glasses, I might consider it.

 

Nobody is a guru in my opinion because we all still have something to learn. I may know more about Twitter than you do – sure. You may know more about math than I, or say…cooking (okay, that’s a given – my six-year-old cooks better than I). But you might be an expert in how to look like a douche. Take it down a notch, people. *

 

(*According to Dan Zarrella, social media expert and cool smart guy extraordinaire – whom I actually really admire because he looks at objective data and has cool tats – in his book Dan Zarrella’s Hierarchy of Contagiousness, even though we make fun of ‘gurus,’ people do follow them. It’s a ‘myth’ that we shun them after all. Do what you will with that.)

 

7. Trawlers. Guys – most chicks are not on social media to look at your junk. Keep it in the trunk. ‘Nuff said.

 

8. Commenting before you read the content. Why, oh why. People think they’re being funny, clever, and oh so witty when they comment on the tweet or message accompanying the link without reading it first. As you know if you are not a dumbass, one may have nothing to do with the other. It’s a tease, if you will. So clicking on the link is generally a good idea. So one doesn’t look oh, uninformed (or, say it with me like a douche).

 

This happened on Facebook recently with the headline “Kei$ha Admits to Using Autotune,” with a link to a Team Coco YouTube video right there (um, hello?).

 

Tons (as in hundreds) of people made idiotic, know-it-all comments: ‘of course she uses it, that no-talent singer’ etc., without clicking on the link to realize it was a self-parody and quite well done. And they all looked like complete idiots. I mean, douches. (Mom, Team Coco is Conan O’Brien’s company. You’re welcome. I promise I’ll call this weekend.)

 

Those of us who posted the link gave up trying to explain it was a satire and simply sat back as people made fools of themselves in their self-righteous douchebaggery. It was pretty funny, to be honest. The soapboxes were stacked pretty high. (Even funnier: the people who went to youtube and didn’t even watch the video and posted comments right below. *face palm*

 

9. Asking/Begging for reviews. Don’t spam people to review your book. You look desperate and indiscriminating. And your stream is public, remember? This is what DM (direct message), Facebook messages, and email is for. Or better yet, go to book reviewers and book bloggers who know best how to give a book review. Book a blog tour. Not sure how? Ask me. Or Google stuff. Plan better next time.

 

10. The Pretender. I get this one a lot. The “Thank you for the follow!” Or “Thx for the RT, Rachel!” when I don’t follow this person I’ve never heard of and I’ve clearly not RT’d since A) I don’t know who they are and B) I clearly don’t follow them. And do they think I’ve just fallen off the Nutella truck and am in such a chocolate coma that I can’t click a button to check?

 

Just because I have 200K+ something followers doesn’t suddenly render me stupid and unable to wade through who follows, who doesn’t or who I’ve RT’d (P.S. I use ManageFlitter weekly anyway — I know). Many times these people don’t even follow me! And when you do that, I will call you out on it.

 

People wonder why my favorite word is dumbass.

 

11. The Fake Like. I get a few ‘friend requests’ each day on Facebook. Usually these are real people and we interact and it’s great. Lately, though, there seems to be some douchebaggery afoot. A request, then a private message to go like a film, or digg or stumble a page – I mean, within seconds of me approving the request. Not cool. No doubt, they’re being paid on numbers.

 

I not only block you, I tell my thousands of ‘friends’ to do the same and I report you, dumbass. And educate everyone I know to do the same.

 

 

Okay, fine. There were eleven rules. (Ten sounded better for the headline.)

 

Don’t get me wrong. I love social media. 99% of the time it’s terrific. I’ve met great friends (many IRL), colleagues, clients, and discovered charitable causes I work with I wouldn’t have found otherwise. It’s a critical part of any author’s platform.

 

I simply find many of these behaviors funny and a good source of humor. They’re also opportunities for learning, as well as the most egregious abuses I see everyday on Twitter and Facebook. It’s like a party…with really random guests.

 

What do you see? Please share below.

 

Find me every day on Twitter NOT being a douche @RachelintheOC or tweeting free tips @BadRedheadMedia.

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About Rachel Thompson

Rachel Thompson is the author of the award-winning Broken Pieces, as well as two additional humor books, A Walk In The Snark and Mancode: Exposed. Rachel is published and represented by Booktrope. She owns BadRedhead Media, creating effective social media and book marketing campaigns for authors. For affordable group sessions check out Author Social Media Boot Camp, monthly sessions to help all authors! Her articles appear regularly in The Huffington Post, The San Francisco Book Review (BadRedhead Says…), 12Most.com, bitrebels.com, BookPromotion.com, and Self-Publishers Monthly. Rachel is the creator and founder of #MondayBlogs and #SexAbuseChat and an advocate for sexual abuse survivors. She hates walks in the rain, running out of coffee, and coconut. She lives in California with her family.

Comments

  1. As a general rule I try not to whip it out until after that has been requested. Also,I hate automated DM’s with a passion.

  2. I break your #1 rule–daily, repeatedly–but if I don’t tweet a link that often, I don’t sell anything. i don’t know what else to do. I don’t have the time or the energy to find a new way to promote. I’m burnt out.

    • I understand that, Amelia. I do. Many authors feel Twitter the only way to get the word out. Not so. Facebook, Goodreads, LinkedIn (all accessible w/ one free Hootsuite account BTW) as well as your blog or site. Google Ad Words, Facebook ads or Goodreads ads also an option (and will probably reach more readers). Same with Kindle Nation Daily for a good pop.

      Follow my @badredheadmedia stream or take my 3/31 webinar — I review ALL this stuff. Lots of options out there, babe. :)

  3. Thanks so much Rachel for all the valuable advice. You have really helped me out a lot. I’m really just starting out with promotion and advertising. So thanks for a great steer and much continued success to you :)

    • Quite welcome. I see lots of new folks starting out with promo make lots of mistakes and hey, that’s normal. Or many just don’t care. That’s normal, too! It’s a free country, but Twitter can be finicky. It’s helpful to understand what will fly and what won’t. Best of luck and if I can help you out, hit me up.

    • Thanks for leaving a comment, Crystal. Happy to help. Not everyone agrees with my opinion, but many do. I see lots of automated accounts out there, all links and constant promotion. I personally avoid those accounts, never follow, and don’t RT. If those people can’t put in that tiny bit of effort to interact on a personal level, why should I? Karma, baby.

  4. Always the best way to start my week is to read your latest post, Rachel. And this one is so informative. I try to adhere to your list . . . respect and be kind out there in Twitter Land. Flame Wars are so strange to me since most of the time the tone of a tweet sets someone off, a word, and then come after a person with his or her own agenda paramount: retribution for the perceived slight. Life is too short. Thank you very much.

    • Thank you, Justin for reading and commenting. As I just commented back to Scarlett, there really is no winner in Flame Wars. The feelings are very real, and people get jacked up as they hide behind their computers typing furiously to win their points. Nobody will change their belief systems because you or I tell them to in a heated exchange. Not gonna happen. Best to walk away.

      Hard to do. It’s like walking away from the bully when he calls you chicken. We all know who the bigger person is in this situation though.

      xo

  5. Love love love the rules Rachel. It’s time for people to get back to interacting with each other on the social networks instead of acting like a recorded message.

    • Thanks, Erica. It’s so true. That’s why it’s referred to as SOCIAL, yea? It makes me so frustrated when I see people with totally automated Twitter streams, even if the content is good. What’s the point? There’s no person there. Ack. Not worth my time. Thx for weighing in, hottie. :) xo

  6. Kristina says:

    Grrr…just got another ‘buy my book and like my Facebook page’ auto-DM. Great post–and that sarcastic voice. I enjoyed reading it, especially one about flame wars. I have let myself once to respond back to pretty hateful tweet, and felt so stupid right after. Since then, just ignoring. Or blocking. Or reporting for spam.

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  10. Clifton says:

    GREAT LIST. I don’t think I can stress enough how more people need to read this list!!! At the top of my list are those folks that send a link per post, the automated DM’s and the gurus, ninjas and jedi masters.

    Thanks

    • Thank, Clifton. Yea, those Jedi masters are a bit annoying. And visionaries. :) Don’t forget those. I always wonder if that’s X-ray vision or just plain old spiderman type vision.

  11. Excellent article….especially for a newbie who is also a bit older than most tweeters….I do want to be a douch-ette.

    Thanks, too, to Noree who asked the same question I had about linking to content written by others. I’ve been scouring the internet for good content to share. I will be more original in the future. Although I have never tweeted about my own book.

    Love the tip on Triberr.

    Will check out your books as I believe in supporting my fellow redheads.

    Amanda

    • I appreciate your comments, Amanda. I teach in my webinars that discussing your own books is fine, really, as long as it’s not the broken record buy me buy me kind of selling that many people do. Choose keywords that describe you, your book, genre, characters, your interests, etc. People are very curious about writers and our lives. Share your writing life, what moves you. All that is interesting! And it’s great for people to know where to find your books, or an interview, or blog post etc. just not ALL the time. See the difference? :)

  12. I like these, and I follow all of them for the most part, but I have problems with #2 when it comes to race. Sometimes I just can’t let the stupidity go, and when that happens I could care less what anyone thinks, which may or may not be a bad thing. Otherwise though, I do what I can to avoid Twitter fights.

    • Yea, race wars are never easy. But I can tell you, there’s never a winner. I was recently called a very ugly name based on my religion (which I never discuss BTW) and this chick went off on me based on it. I don’t even know how she knew about it. Probably a comment I made at some point making fun of myself. I didn’t even bother to comment and blocked her. She was clearly looney tunes and it just wasn’t worth it. Everyone has to make their own decisions but for me, it was just toxic negativity.

  13. Good point on the Auto DMs. I’m going to still send a thank you because my mamma raised me to be polite but I will edit mine to be more interesting and less like a desperate plea to get in my business.

    I have to add one. My biggest pet peeve on Twitter – when people tweet with my handle just to get me to see it and follow the link on there to their site. Unless you have something to tell me personally, don’t stalk me.

    • I agree about sending the thank you’s, just not crowding your TL with them. Using DM’s is almost like a personal thank you note, I have found. And yes, as to your pet peeve, what you mention is like the open autoDM w/ a link. Same thing, almost. It’s annoying and disingenuous. I ignore it. What’s worse is when people come back and ask why you haven’t RTd them! Ack. ‘Because you’re being a stalker?’ is kinda rude, but that’s how it feels.

      One guy kept hitting me with fake ‘How are you, today?’ along with links to his books and sites for about a week. I ignored. Finally, he DM’d me to find out why I wouldn’t RT him when he’d ‘been so polite.’ He failed to see how spamming me w/ links all week wasn’t polite. *shakes head*

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  20. Monica Britt says:

    I’ve gotten a few that were completely creepy follows and I blocked them within 12 hours. Right now, the douches that are driving me crazy are the political ones who are trying to ram their ideology down my throat or make me feel guilty because I don’t see the world the way they do. Just chill, political people!

    • Thanks for your reply, Monica. It IS annoying when people want to pull you into their agenda, particularly something as polarizing as politics (and/or religion). I don’t feel guilt, personally. I simply unfollow. The thing about Twitter is, it’s what YOU make it. Curate your stream how you most enjoy it. That’s what’s so terrific about it.

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  71. Yeah, I totally get this. I suppose it happens to other people enough, but I haven’t really experienced it much, except for the auto DMs, and i just delete those. Trust me, it’s a different world when you are a woman. A lot of guys don’t have to put up with half this shit. But you are obviously female and/or have a cute profile picture, bummer. You are going to get all the assholes.

    • There are just so randomly cocky guys out there who treat women how they would (hopefully) never treat the women in their own real life.

      Or maybe that’s the problem — they don’t have anyone and this is the best they’ve got to offer.

      Gotta love social media!

  72. I think this is a brilliant list. You had two on there which really do wind me up. People who DM me their book links immediately after I follow them or worse when they’ve followed me and want me to follow back. Secondly people who demand to be followed back. I follow people because of their content, not because they have begged. Good list.

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