As with any business, there is a standard code of ethics that most bloggers abide by. What is right? What is wrong? Where are the lines?
We are going to debate, most likely hotly, on Blogging Ethics
From dealing with trolls, replying to comments, sharing, creating community, being genuine, linking to and using other people’s content and photos, it can all get murky.
Then, what can you do to protect yourself and where do you turn when you feel as though your rights have been violated?
Join +Randy Brown, +Allison Carter and +Nikol Murphy as we talk about the written and unwritten code of ethical behavior for bloggers.
As always, Blogging411 is hosted by the NC Blogger Network and goes live on Wednesdays at 8pm EST. We’ll take your comments, answers your questions, and dispense some knowledge…all in 30 minutes!
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Let us know what you think? Do you believe in having a code of ethics to govern your blog? Do you have your own personal standards? We’d love to know. Share your thoughts in the comments section.
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