Feb 28, 2019
And that is a pretty glaring oversight in a viral world.
A brand’s employees are publicly connected with that brand like never before. While we like to think of our Facebook or Twitter profiles as our private domains, the reality is that the lines between these and our professional profiles are blurred.
A social media policy isn’t just a list of rules about what employees shouldn’t do; it is a safeguard for ensuring their personal posting doesn’t overflow online in a negative way.
So, for every “don’t” in your social media policy, there should be a “do”. Highlighting what could go wrong is important, but the core goal of a social media policy is to encourage responsible and measured social media engagement.
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Feb 27, 2019
Last week, we decided to plan a little surprise for Farrell by pranking him into thinking he was only going to have lunch with Craig!