"Network etiquette, aka netiquette, is the of set rules for online conduct that separate the n00bs from the power users. We all make mistakes when we start, right? Especially when trying to join an online community or social network.
If you're experienced online and you still break these rules of common online courtesy, then you're probably just a big jerk-face. However, you can avoid being seen as a digital dirtbag to your online fellows by following these simple steps."
These are the first two paragraphs of 10 Ways not to be a Jerk Online, from PCMag. If you want to find out more about Eric Griffith's suggestions so that you don't make a fool of yourself when online, click on the image below.