The San Francisco Bar Association published an opinion regarding whether attorneys can ethically respond to online reviews of them, when the reviews are posted by a client. You can read the full details of their analysis on the SF Bar web site. In summary, they state: An attorney should not respond to an online review […]
In Collins v. Louisiana State Police in October 2013, the court provided guidance which probably seems like common sense, but, given the ways that courts operate, it is good to see officially and clearly articulated, as follows: a person’s online life depicted in social media is commonly not intended to reflect reality as much as […]
With so many companies now investing in programs to empower their employees as brand advocates in social media, the number of software vendors pitching the space is increasing quickly. To help you understand the vendors in this space, we are publishing a Software Buying Guide for Social Employee Enablement and Employee Advocacy.
The team at Convince and Convert wrote today about the widespread problem of plagiarism in social media, and the problem will only continue to worsen as more people produce more content on the public web. Here are three strategies you can take, to ensure you get the returns that you deserve for your original content work.
With players stitching hashtags and twitter handles onto their shoes, the Premier League in the UK has published social media guidelines for the players.
Since FINRA released Notice 10-06 in 2010, and Morgan Stanley began allowing financial advisors to use social networks for business, consumer expectations and business marketing trends have been colliding to create new and interesting regulatory requirements.
InvestmentPal created the following comparison of web email adoption, since 1996 when Hotmail launched, versus social network adoption, beginning in 2006 when Twitter launched:
Hilarious and poignant cartoon from Chief and Chuck.
The social media policy database that I created in 2009 recently grew beyond 200 policies — with 150 submissions from people around the world. I’d like to thank everyone who has made this project a success, by sharing their policies and feedback during the past three years. I began the database by scouring the web […]
Employers should not require employees or job candidates to surrender login credentials for their personal social media, for the following reasons: You may encounter information which tells you that the person is in a protected group, and expose your company to a discrimination claim. You may create the impression that you are a distrustful and […]
I’ll be at SXSW again this year, and happy to connect with marketing leaders about measurement, strategy and governance of social media. I live in Austin, so I am here year-round, but my colleagues from Converseon will also be in town for SXSW, including Rob Key, our CEO. Looking forward to connecting with new folks […]