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How to Set Up Social Media Guidelines for Your Staff

by · December 27, 2013

Social media isn’t just a trend anymore; it’s a way of life. People from all walks of life are using it to communicate and network with one another, promote their company and brand, and take advantage of all the tools readily available to them – and all for free.

As a boss, it’s important to manage how your employees use social media because it can have a direct impact on how the public perceives your company and brand. With that said, here are eight steps you should take to make sure your social media guidelines benefit you and your staff.

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Social Media and Pre-teens [VIDEO]

by · October 11, 2013

Today’s pre-teen has an instinctual understanding of the value of social networking, which is a good thing. It speaks to the way these networks are designed and to the user experience — that it is tapping into something fundamentally human in the way we connect.

However, that’s not enough. That stance assumes that the children involved also have the life experience necessary to recognize the boundaries of social norms, to handle bullying, to process peer pressure for what it is.

I posted this video last month in my effort to figure out where the lines are. I am depressed to say that most parents have never given this the first thought, and they should.

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