We live in an age where information can be shared in less than a blink of an eye. Social media has made it possible to share photos, videos, and updates from anywhere. While this can be an exciting time and social networking can be fun, it is important to make sure there are guidelines in place for your nonprofit when it comes to participation in social media. Today we are going to take a look at questions to ask yourself when forming your social media policy for your organization.
There are two parts to forming a social media policy:
- Managing your organization’s social media presence
- Guidelines for employees’ personal use of social media and its reflection on your agency
When it comes to writing the first part of your social media policy, keep in mind the following questions:
- Who on your staff is allowed to update social networks on behalf of your organization? Is…
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