Internet communication has its own specifics. But despite their differences from real communication, in a virtual dialogue you need to follow certain rules of etiquette.
Network etiquette means that you can simultaneously communicate with several people, which means that your interlocutor should not require excessive attention to himself.
Observing the rules of interactive communication, you will earn the reputation of a good and conflict-free network interlocutor.
If you log into your ICQ account and see thatSome people are online, this does not mean that everyone should write words of greeting. Say hello to only the person with whom you really want to talk, and keep in mind that even if his status is "online", it is possible that he can be busy and your conversation will not be uninterrupted.
Internet communication is deprived of many non-verbal emotions, and therefore in some cases, so that the interlocutor understands you better, use emoticons to emphasize your attitude to one or another phrase.
Communicating in ICQ, observe the rules of the Russian language- Use punctuation marks and do not write messages in capital letters, as in the network this is perceived as a pitch increase. If you want to finish the thought, put a point after your phrase.
A few exclamation marks can be goodExpress your strong emotions in relation to anything, and the question marks will show that you or your interlocutor do not understand what is at issue, and want to clarify the information.
If you want to demonstrate thoughtfulness,Put after the phrase ellipsis. Depending on the context of your conversation, the ellipsis can be perceived in different ways. Do not abuse these signs - you can not put after every phrase dots and exclamation marks.
Be able to track in time when the interlocutor is notWants or simply can not communicate with you. If he responds monosyllabically, writes phrases like "OK" and does not continue the conversation, then it is quite possible that at the moment he is busy with something else. Always try to answer all the questions of the interlocutor, and only after that, be silent, waiting for an answer.
Never share your friend's ICQ numberTo another person without permission of the owner. Avoid using slang, obscene lexicon and abuse in the network - just like in real communication, obscene language characterizes you in a certain way.