Caps titles, shouting cyberbullying no allcaps. Abuse is interaction outside of normal human behavior. So, cyber bullying is similar to a foul in a sport game.
However, advertising is an exception. Shouting or other intimidating language activity is harmful. Consequently, it is foul. Given, internet etiquette is positive.
So, bullying is not acceptable. Some people make a text in uppercase to shout. Hence, this is not good unless used for a title.
Caps Titles, No Shouting Cyberbullying
Then, scare tactics are not acceptable. Thus, persuasive arguments are alright. As a result, intent matters.
Thus, include compliments with criticism. Additionally, ask questions about issues instead of being critical. Understanding is essential.
Competition is different. We can compete. Express ourselves. Shout for encouragement. Rally.
Sometimes shouting or aggressive language is acceptable. Business graphics often show a person holding a microphone for example.
- As the proper title of content.
- Writing newsletter headings.
- Formatting text in a call to action.
Aggressive text catches attention. Friendly content for social media must catch attention for the right reasons. Formatting is cyber bullying when intimidation is the intent.
We share our feelings. Sharing is in no way supposed to be abusive. The most common technique for shouting online is uppercase letters.
Intimidation to one person may be acceptable to another. Aggression is rewarded in sales from qualified leads. So, we do not need to be aggressive with contacts.
No Cyberbullying Netiquette
Refrain from using intimidating communication. Be aggressive with qualified contacts. Then, we are cool.
Cyberbullies are depressing. Bad for the economy. It is negative.
There is a correlation between positive engagement and a profitable economy. We engage in economic activity more.
Back to internet rules.