Companies and nonprofits everywhere are scrambling to create social media policies.
But before you appoint a special committee within your organization to do weeks of research, and then summon your expensive attorneys, scan this helpful list of more than 80 sample social media policies. If you have your own policy that isn’t listed here, add it to the list for more exposure and, perhaps, publicity.
I love this list because you can identify three or four organizatons similar to yours and probably find policies that address the concerns of your particular industry. Nonprofits, for example, would probably want a policy that addresses what volunteers can and can’t do in social media under the nonprofit’s name.
Several weeks ago, I used LinkedIn’s question-and-answer feature to tap into my own network to hunt for social media policies, and then reported what I found. This new list of more than 80 policies is much more comprehensive, well-organized and all in one place.
Tip: How about sharing the list with YOUR network on the social media sites, including LinkedIn?