Social Media Etiquette: The Do’s And Don’ts Of Chatting On Padoq


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Social media etiquette is a real thing and we’re here to save you from the embarrassment of being left on read. From passive aggressive posts to double messages, there’s a few unwritten rules when it comes to socialising on Padoq you might want to follow. 

Let’s take a look at the do’s and don’ts of Padoq messaging so that you can start getting the most out of your community app.

There’s A Reason They Didn’t Reply To Your First Message

People are busy. Your double or even triple message won’t make them reply any quicker. In fact, you’ve probably just put them off ever interacting with you. Just leave it at the one message and if they reply, great. If they don’t, tough luck. 

But if it’s your friend we’re talking about, then go ahead and send those annoying question marks if they’re taking forever to get back to you. How else will the group holiday get sorted?

Don’t Overdo It With The Hashtags

Padoq categories help keep everything in order. Members use hashtags to make finding specific content easier. Yet there’s always someone who’s a little hashtag happy.  You know the one. #They #hashtag #everything.

Don’t be that person. Only use the tags that are relevant to the content. 

Make An Effort

If somebody has made the effort to reach out to you, the least you could do is try and carry on the conversation. One word or emoji replies are a complete no go in social media etiquette if you’re planning on making friends.

Avoid Oversharing

Blasting your personal life all over social media is never a good idea. The occasional rant can be amusing, but if you’re whining about the most trivial things for all of Padoq to see then you’re doing social wrong. Don’t be the stuck record of your community. 

Don’t Drink And Padoq

It’s probably best to put the phone away if you can’t be trusted after a couple of drinks. Nobody wants to decipher your drunken messages and you might end up posting something you’ll regret in the morning. 

Pestering For Payments

Money can be a sensitive subject. There’s really no need to nag members for money they owe. Just set up a payment post and send a quick reminder to the slow coaches. Messaging them again will only cause petty arguments. 

Blowing Up The Poster’s Notifications

Commenting on a post and replying to another member is cool. Having an endless one on one conversation about something completely unrelated to the post however, isn’t. Head over to the direct chat to avoid annoying the other commenters. 

Stop Spamming

It’s great that you’ve got an exciting business venture to share with your community but there has to be a line. Before you know it, you’ve started filling up the padoq with promotional posts and nobody can get a word in. Don’t be pushy. Keep it light with one or two posts – any more and you’ll risk being kicked out by the admin.

Adding Fuel To The Fire

It’s never a good look to interrupt other members with passive aggressive posts. If you’re not happy about something in a padoq, contact the admin to see if anything can be done. It’s really that simple. 

Now that you’re all clued up on the do’s and don’ts of interacting in Padoq, download the app and become part of a community today. 

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