Examples of social media policies

96264836 In corporate America (and probably corporate World), rules get created when people make bad choices.  It's how child labor laws came to be and why we now have sexual harassment policies.  The few and the stupid are the catalyst to regulation.

Which is why it's not a shock that companies big and small are beginning to institute social media policies.  After the Dominos pizza incident and the world famous FedEx tweet — who can blame business leaders from wanting to protect themselves by setting down some rules?

I've put together a long list of social media policy examples for you to use as you create your own.  I'll keep adding to the list as I find new ones, so you might want to bookmark the page.  You can view/download them by clicking here.

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  1. says

    Thanks! This a great resource for companies that are just getting started on guidelines & policies for social media. It gives us a chance to learn from others mistakes.

  2. says

    Hi Drew – great topic, thank you for the research. I just posted a blog on this topic from our security guru Josh More. I thought you and your readers might be interested in his approach to this: Should we allow our employees to engage in social networking? LINK BELOW:
    link to alliancetechnologies.net

  3. says

    Thanks for this Drew, very interesting post. I’ve recently been to a seminar on this topic. Some great points are touched on here: link to ow.ly Look forwarding to reading more on this.

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