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Resources to Help You Formulate a Social Media Policy

July 2012, Auto Dealer Today - WebXclusive

by Kimberly Long - Also by this author

 

For research and blog posts pertaining to social media as well as a database containing numerous social media policies from a wide variety of businesses, visit SocialMediaGovernance.com.

SocialMedia.org (SocialMedia.org/disclosure) provides a series of checklists to help companies devise social media policies.

Social Media Examiner, an online magazine about social media for businesses (SocialMediaExaminer.com), has a number of helpful articles pertaining to businesses’ use of social media as well as tips for creating social media guidelines.

Dealer Compliance Consultants offers its “Social Media Policy Guidebook for Auto Dealers,” which features a social media policy template for purchase.

Related: Social Media Guidelines for Dealerships

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