If a skilled and experienced social media manager can make a mistake like the guy from US Airways, what about all those who have just been given the job with no training?
Facebook for business
Sitting Pretty Tea shop, Galgate is opening again on Friday, but my Blogging for Beginners participants got to sample a range of Vicky’s amazing teas in a private session.
Communication tools have developed so fast that a large percentage of our adult population simply do not understand the consequences of sharing on social media. A policy certainly helps, but just drawing up a policy for people to sign does not mean that they understand the implications. It will cover the employer, but an employee losing their job, or accidentally publishing something on line that is harmful to the organisation is still costly all round.
Karen Dean was made redundant after 35 years with the same great company. Back on the job market she realised she needed to get to grips with social media. This is guest blog from Karen.
How do I get more Likes on Facebook is one of the most common questions that I get asked in training, so I am sharing some top tips..
As a result of hearing about so many costly mistakes by organisations and employees on social media, I took a look at existing social media policies. I have a background in policy myself so I know all about what happens to those wordy documents. As a new member of staff you are bombarded with paper work and have to have them signed and returned within days. If they get read we are lucky. If they are understood it’s a miracle!
As you know I like to share stories and case studies of organisations who have used social media sucessfully Today’s case study is from Kerry Pace Founder & Specialist Teacher – Diverse Learners, grew her business through facebook
The 3rd in a short series of guest blogs by local small traders, on their experiences of using social media. Amanda Green, Independent Advanced Director & Trainer with The Pampered Chef, gets to grips beautifully with facebook I have been using my facebook page for 10 months now. It really made a huge difference once I had my […]
You work for who?! Is your facebook profile sending people to the wrong page? Linking your profile page to your business page
Why public funded organisations can no longer afford to ignore social media.