Oh me oh my! Another policy? Well... sort of. I'm a big advocate of setting boundaries on social media and a way you can do that is to have a quick and easy policy to refer to. Not something that's 26 pages in length, just 3 quick areas of what you will and won't tolerate as well as what your objectives are.
The two types of "attacks" on social media
Why you should have a "take it offline" policy
Deciding what you will and won't respond to
Deciding ahead of time what you want to be known for.
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