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Links 1 through 10 of 19 by 4 Syllables tagged social-media-policy

One of the biggest challenges: deciding what a social media policy should include. No policy is ever perfect, and when it comes to there's a fine line to walk between being unreasonably restrictive and overly liberal.

At a minimum, a social media policy should serve as a common sense reminder for employees about how their social media activities can impact the company that pays their bills. With that in mind, here are three things to mull over when grappling with the development of a social media policy.

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I’m quite certain that no one has outstripped my voracious capacity to write about intranet governance, but at the risk of repeating myself, here’s another recommendation: social intranets need governance too.

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these guidelines in this blogging and social media policy will help you make appropriate decisions about your work-related blogging and the contents of your blogs, personal Web sites, postings on wikis and other interactive sites, postings on video or picture sharing sites, or in the comments that you make online on blogs, elsewhere on the public Internet, and in responding to comments from posters either publicly or via email. Our internal Internet and Email Policy remains in effect in our workplace.

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Social Media users are in an uproar about the Tweet posted in poor taste by Kenneth Cole yesterday. While this may not be the first time the designer has rubbed people the wrong way, this IS the first time it won’t be so easy to move on and forget about it.

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As Facebook has become a primary customer interaction point for businesses, many companies have established formal policies for how community managers and employees should engage with fans. These engagement policies run the gamut from a brief checklist of best practices to a multi-page legal document with detailed instructions on how to handle issues. Since every company’s goals, style and tone are different, it’s important to develop policies that fit your business. Here are six steps to get you started.

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My favourite social media policy of all time is Zappos’ ‘Be real and use your best judgement’, which is about as concise as it’s possible to be. There are some other good ones out there too. We have 10 guidelines that are – I hope – meaningful and sensible.

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The following table contains the names of over 100 companies and organization that have published their Employee Social Media Policies or Guidelines online.

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A social media policy for immigration staff launched today provides a handy list of dos and don’ts around the use of blogs, wikis and sites such as Facebook or My Space.

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Yesterday Telstra was the first major Australian corporation to publicly release it’s social media policy. Called guardrails to help employees navigate the world of social media the policy is defined around three concepts, the 3 R’s; Representing, Responsibility, and Respect.

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This policy governs the publication of and commentary on social media by employees of 2 Sticks Digital and its related companies ("2 Sticks Digital"). For the purposes of this policy, social media means any facility for online publication and commentary, including without limitation blogs, wiki's, social networking sites such as Facebook, LinkedIn, twitter, flickr, and YouTube. This policy is in addition to and complements any existing or future policies regarding the use of technology, computers, e-mail and the internet.

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