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    Five Best Practices on Social Media Use

    This quick slideshow gives you pointers on setting acceptable use policies for your employees’ social media habit while they are at work. Some key points you’ll find here include that social media can support business, and employees should always be on the lookout to promote your brand.

    These tips are part of a Social Media Policies Toolkit, which provides a straightforward set of documents that you can put to use immediately at your organization. You can download this overview info in an editable PowerPoint format in our Knowledge Network, or you can purchase the entire package of templates and tools from the IT Business Edge Premium Tools Catalog.

    Be sure to also check out our slideshow on measuring the impact of social media on your business.

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    Click through policy suggestions and guidance on five key areas of social media.

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    You can’t expect to keep your employees from using social networks, so make the most of it.

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    The company needs to be aware of employees’ blogs.

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    Work-related or not, Twitter can be a drain.

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    Photos of company events can be a problem, but that can be managed.

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    If in doubt, don’t do it.

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