Blogging Tulsa Real Estate: This Funny Video Shows How to Behave Online

This Funny Video Shows How to Behave Online

This funny video clip shows how to behave online.

There are a number of people in my office who are just becoming acquainted with social networking and so they are somewhat in the dark about what to do.  I still am in the dark, too.... although I am really trying hard to figure it out.  While much of it is trial and error, I have to say that most of my education has come from reading Active Rain posts, especially those from the administrators like Active Brad.

This morning a nice email came to me with a link to a Trulia community manager's blog, 15 tips on how to behave in an online community.  It contains some good advice and may be helpful to my colleagues who are just discovering my blog and my obsession with Active Rain.

In that blog is a link to this video clip showing how to behave online.  The video is funny and will explain a lot to newbies.  I must admit that I am putting it in my blog so that I can easily find it again in the same way that I embedded Tina Fey and Amy Poehler's political skit.

Have fun watching this.

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Comment balloon 6 commentsDebbie Durkee • January 11 2009 08:31AM


I enjoyed the "15 tips on how to behave in an online community".  The video reminded me of South Park.  Happy Blogging..

Posted by Mark Watterson, Utah Real Estate almost 12 years ago

The video is quite amusing and informative as well.  Thank you for sharing.

Posted by Jon Wnoroski, Summit County Realtor (America's 1st Choice RH Realty Co., Inc.) almost 12 years ago
Thanks. I'm glad that someone even noticed my post.
Posted by Debbie Durkee, ALC, CRS -- Land & Country Estates near Tulsa (RE/MAX T-town) almost 12 years ago


That was great.  I love the old 80's graphics.  I felt like I was playing my Atari 2600.

Posted by Goodbye Active Rain, Out of Real Estate almost 12 years ago


Thanks for sharing my post. I love that video! An interesting thing happened in the days following that blog post.

Trulia Community Manager Busted for Offensive Blog Post:

Frances Flynn Thorsen
Community Manager

Posted by Frances Flynn Thorsen, Author | Educator | Custom Video Creator (Cross Channel Marketing Consultants) almost 12 years ago
Frances: I followed the link to your story about the offensive blog post. It's a pretty funny story. Your story reminded me of a time thirty years ago when I was taking a final exam in library school (at a public university). I crossed out an answer with a little extra exertion and flourish and the girl sitting kitty-corner across the table from me reached across the table and hit me on the back of the hand with her Bic pen. She said, "You went to public school, didn't you?!" I said, "Yes, how did you know?" She replied, "The nuns would not have let you do that. One line. One line through it is all that you would have been allowed." We laughed and finished our exam. More recently I worked for the Catholic church and had several nuns as colleagues. They are more relaxed and fun-loving than the old stereotype. I think they would have a good laugh at your blog. I hope more people read your blog now that I have commented on it. It's pretty funny that you had to be so self-censoring.
Posted by Debbie Durkee, ALC, CRS -- Land & Country Estates near Tulsa (RE/MAX T-town) almost 12 years ago