The best guidelines appeal to the self-interest of the employee and the online reputations that we all carry from job to job. By Phil Gomes.
Great article from the New York Times focussing on the "tenets of online citizenship".
See on www.nytimes.com
Researchers explored the many ways what we say on Facebook get us in trouble and how offline and online regret aren’t the same. Users often don’t remember or know who might see their Facebook content until it’s too late.
Some good insights into what you may inadvertantly share – and regret.
See on www.npr.org
Social Media policies have been in the news in the last week and it has brought up the same questions for many companies big and small – w (Writing Your First Internal Social Media Policy?
I actually quite like the social media success wheel diagram in this article!
See on tweakyourbiz.com
Network Rail begins a ‘clampdown’ on its employees use of social media. (Network Rail begins #socialmedia ‘clampdown’ for employees – do you have a social media policy in place?
This is an interesting tack to take – do you see this as a "clampdown" or is it more of trying to ensure that the general publich get a controlled message?
See on www.bbc.co.uk
Social media policies are essential, and CFOs may have special considerations when posting.
It’s interesting that we’re still having these discusssions – isn’t social media mainstream now and don’t all businesses have a social media policy?
See on www.proformative.com
See on Scoop.it – Social Media Policies in the Work Place
Does Your Business have an Online Reputation Defense Plan? There is no shortage of market research indicating that online reviews and social recommendations are a growing part of the sales conversion process.
Really comprehensive look at managing online reputation.
See on socialmediatoday.com