If you go into your account and ICQ can see that some people are online, it does not mean that everyone needs to write words of welcome.Greet with the only person with whom you really want to talk to, and keep in mind that even if the status of "online," it is possible that it can be busy and your conversation will not be uninterrupted.
Internet communication is devoid of many non-verbal emotions, and so in some cases, to better understand the source you use emoticons to emphasize his attitude to this or that phrase.
Communicating in ICQ, follow the rules of the Russian language - use punctuation marks and write messages in capital letters, as the network is seen as a rising tone.If you want to finish the thought, put the phrase after his point.
few exclamation points may well express your strong emotions in relation to anything, and question marks show that you or your partner do not understand what was going on, and you want to specify the information.
If you want to demonstrate thoughtfulness, put the phrase after the ellipsis.Depending on the context of your conversation, the dots may be perceived differently.Do not overuse these characters - you can not put a dot after each phrase and exclamation marks.
Be able to track the time when the interviewee does not want or simply can not communicate with you.If he answers in monosyllables, writes phrases like "OK" and continue the conversation, it is quite possible that at the moment he is busy doing something else.Always try to answer all the questions the interlocutor, and only after that to remain silent, waiting for an answer.
Never give ICQ number of his acquaintance to another person without the owner's permission.Avoid slang, profanity and abuse in the network - just as in a real dialogue, obscene language describes you in a certain way.