Do you remember playing tag in elementary school? You would run around the playground and tap (tag) somebody so they would be IT. Then, they would have to chase others around and try to tag someone else not to lose the game.
If you are the last player that is tagged you lose the game. The last one tagged is called “IT.”

It was fun back in the day and a great way to get to get your energies out at recess time.

Today, it seems this game goes on in the social media realm. Buy why? Is tagging on social media a game when you get tagged and are not mentioned where the tag came from? What’s up with that?





Comments


Written by pvariel
225 days ago

Hi Lisa,

Yet another informative piece!

Yes, tagging is really a good idea but this should be done very carefully as many out there on social media do not like to get tagged, even if it is done they may not accept it or approve it on their timelines. This should be done with utmost care, only the closed one or the acquainted one only should be tagged.

As it gives a lot of benefits, we need to do it in a systematic way that should be accepted by others, I generally do this if the tagged person is mentioned in that post.

Thanks for the connected tips with the wonderful screenshots, Lisa.

Keep sharing.

Best

~ Phil



Written by lyceum
242 days ago

Lisa: Good to hear. Talk to you soon again! I have a question on how I can tag potential users of a future Facebook group.



Written by lyceum
245 days ago

Lisa: I like to ping other users now and then, if I think it could be of interest to them.



Written by Inspiretothrive
242 days ago

Oh yes, as long as you preface it that way - then it's GOOD :) Thanks for the comment.



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