DO you have one made? Outspokenmedia has just did a blog post on this because Lisa is actually working on one. Please read the whole blog post because it's filled with good information you need to know.
How to Draft a Company Social Media Policy
Happy Monday. I’m in the process of drafting an official social media policy for Outspoken Media. Historically, we’ve worked under a “common sense”/“don’t be a jerk” policy, but as the team continues to grow, it’s important to get something official on paper. Not because we want to rein anyone in (God knows that never worked with me…), but because we don’t want to throw them into the wild without proper training. It’s my hope that a social media policy (combined with lots of in-person question answering) will be a good way to both empower employees to be social AND give them the confidence they need to step out.
Your corporate social media policy is a set of guidelines that employees will be able to turn to when navigating unfamiliar situations. Because, as common place as it may feel, Facebook and blogging and Twitter isn’t normal for everyone. Conversing with customers, colleagues and contacts in the confines of 140 characters is often something that takes a little knowledge and skill. The purpose of your social media policy is to....
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Like i mentioned before, do you have one made? Has Lisa missed anything? I do think she covered just about everything but the kitchen sink.
If your business is using social media as a tool to connect with clients, market...etc then you really should have a social media policy. Feel free to add your