Kristin Johnson is on a campaign to make us beware of scams with tips for baby boomers on social media. Baby boomers make up 20 percent of the world’s population and social media platforms are connecting us right across the world.
Kristin is on a campaign for us to learn how to use social media responsibly. We have many social media platforms available to us now but how well are we using them?
Kristin Johnson is a prize-winning/prize finalist writer, blogger, ghostwriting/creative writing consultant, screenwriter, and editor. A graduate of the former Master of Professional Writing Program from the University of Southern California, she has published/collaborated on seven books.
Her current book AIN’T “U” GOT NO MANNERS has been called “the Bible for social media”. She is a member of the Desert Screenwriters Guild, Society of Children’s Books and Illustrators, and Palm Springs.
Ever Wish For a “#Think” Button? Facebook. Twitter. Cell phones, smartphones, iPads, email. The World Wide Web. The Internet of Things. You know and use these platforms every day. But, do you know how to use them effectively? Have you ever found yourself red in the Facebook?
Been defeated by something tweeted? Regretted a Snapchat decision? Are you worried about your Selfie-esteem? Is there a secret to living our increasingly wired life, while not letting it consume you, so you can live your best life offline?
More than just another etiquette book, AINT “U” GOT NO MANNERS? by author Kristin Johnson is your go-to guide with secrets and common sense for surviving and thriving in a world that increasingly blends your online life.
“We do know more than we ever wanted to about our family, coworkers, and friends, from political opinions to boozy weekends.” – Kristin Johnson
Johnson’s guide helps identify pitfalls and difficulties that are prominent on the internet. Between fake news, disguised ads as endorsements, the general public needs more than just anti-virus software to fend off digital maliciousness.
Johnson also provides the upside – an internet of true connectivity. She details the necessities of sites like GoFundMe or Kickstarter and shares their unbridled necessity for creating a silver lining even in the worst of tragedies.
With an ever-evolving internet and so many unwritten rules, Johnson showcases best practices – and practical bests – for a new generation of sharing, posting, and tagging.
“You may not have a choice about what gets shared about you, how it gets shared, and how people react – but you do have a choice as to how YOU react.” – Kristin Johnson
Kristin Johnson is a very wise woman that has become very savy about the use of social media. Listen to the podcast episode and hear Kristin’s warning to beware of scams on social media with tips for baby boomers on socail media use.
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