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IT Business Edge contributor Daniel Hoang provides a starting point from which you can create a social networking policy for your organization.
This is only a sample and framework for social media policies. In developing policies and procedures for your company, you should tailor the language to reflect the culture and the company environment. Depending on the usage of social media, policies should be more or less explicit, particularly in defining terms.
This policy was originally posted here.
For more sample social media policies, check out the Social Media Policies Toolkit, which provides a straightforward set of documents that you can put to use immediately at your organization. It's an ideal starting point for designing policies for social media websites and their use within your company. It includes straightforward guidelines on the procedures for maintaining company-branded social media content on the top sites today, including Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Plus, it helps you define the rules for employee's personal use of social media at your company.
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