locked Re: Code of conduct
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J>> But I think his "purpose" is higher than just making a buck.
In business it is about your reputation in business and quality of service is important so you can make money.
When you own a business the work you put into it is about the money and there is no room for friendship and business.
That does not mean if you own a business you have to be rude to your customers or friends.
It means priority first in the business he is trying to get off the ground.
One has nothing to do with the other.
Mark may have professionals creating a business in his website , or a conference group.
People with skills and Mark has to show he is a professional they can count on.
Keeping your customers satisfied and happy is what it is all about.
For that reason a code of conduct is important to keep his business professional and running in an orderly manner .
Code of conduct should shout professionalism especially for those customers who want to pay for his services and the code of conduct should
be across the board for everyone mods, members and professionals alike
Groups can have different types of code of conduct according to the service the group provides.
But the ultimate code of conduct that Marks puts together everyone should respect because his business is on the line.
Mark has to create a code of conduct according to the type of business he provides for everyone to include moderators and members..
Possibly a social media type of code of conduct or code of conduct if you are registered to use his website.
From: J_catlady <j.olivia.catlady@...>
Sent: Friday, February 12, 2016 10:26 AM
Subject: [beta] Re: Code of conduct #CoC
On Fri, Feb 12, 2016 at 06:22 am, vickie <vickie_00@...> wrote:
Think business when creating your code of conduct.
I can't read Mark's mind. But while I agree with everything you say here, on another level I have come to believe that Mark is thinking about more than "business." I believe he's trying to create a community with integrity. Of course, doing that will also serve his business well. But I think his "purpose" is higher than just making a buck.