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Check your intentions! The 3 guidelines to spreading positivity on social media.

Blogged on IKI today. ^^


Gah! Work’s been so hectic recently.

Today, I want to take some time to touch on ways  on how to spread positivity via social media. The intention behind this post is to encourage a happier cyber-world, since cyberbullying is on the rapid rise in Singapore. Yong Wei (boss of Superstore Singapore) and I discussed this topic during our last entrepreneurship meeting, and I thought the conversation is worth sharing.

To be honest, sometimes I feel super sian (Singlish for “*&^%$$%^&*”) because as social media managers, we know intuitively that viral content can often fall into the gossipy/ scandalous/ voyeuristic categories. It’s simply human nature to want to share such stuffs, and experience has taught me that there are really a lot of bored people around. And they post a lot of shitunder the veil of anonymity. Cowards. 


Personally, I am also trying to cut down on rant posts on my personal blog as it gets more…

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Wan Wei is a PR practitioner with a heart for pretty things. Formally trained in public relations and quantitative economics, she is also a contributor to various ecosystems in Europe and Asia. Drop her a PM or visit her blog! :)

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