Netiquette is really just being comfortable with the Internet. Think of it as conservative customer service. The best you can ever ask for. Made possible by the Twitter Bootstrap.
I am joking, but the Twitter Bootstrap is Netiquette In Real Life, irl. My website is all social. Twitter spread American values of freedom throughout the world as well as a good standard for building websites.
The Twitter Bootstrap is their open source standard for building websites. It is a framework. Netiquette is the social code of the Internet. Popular sites create Netiquette in general with their customs. Rules are published. Everything online is written.
The internet is educational. This why it is cool to be a geek these days. It takes a certain level of education to use the Internet, even if it is only for entertainment. This makes all Internet use educational because using it provides experience, education, for additional use.
The first WordPress version of Netiquette has just been completed. I learned from a lot of online experiences and codified Netiquette Rules, Internet Etiquette. To celebrate, I am lowering the price of my books.
The Internet is finally reaching reality. My website has a clean layout. It is time to follow the feedback.
I have been getting feedback from people who did not know the exact position I was in. Basically, my site was no where near being completed. It may have made me come off as paranoid, but I get too much traffic to listen to anyone else. My traffic is precious to me.
When I first decided to become an author I attended an online seminar from Cornell about social media marketing. I asked about pricing. The professor advised me to price my book high and lower it incrementally.
I am now ready to make my books as cheap as possible to show everyone what we can learn from the Internet. Proper Netiquette for the Information Age.
A Function of Raya
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