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Social Media Policy for Small Business Explained

3 May 2012 | Peta Ellis | No Comments

As more and more business communication is conducted via social media platforms, many employers worry about the risks.

In this episode of the Social Media for Small Business podcast, we explore just what risks we potentially expose ourselves to in terms of misrepresentation and brand damage in the social media space, and how policies can help mitigate that risk.

 

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Cat Matson
Suzi Dafnis, Australian Businesswomen's Network
Peta Ellis

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Peta Ellis

Peta Ellis

City Publicity is a PR agency specialising in online publicity and social media profile management. From businesses to brands, artists and events, if you need a public profile we can help establish the best way to get noticed online and in the media. City Publicity works with clients to create key...


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Cat Matson

Cat Matson

Cat Matson is a digital marketing strategist, with a keen interest in social media; a problem-solver, dot-connector; an excellence-seker and performance improvement junkie.

She works with small-medium businesses and franchise networks providing strategy guidance, tools and resources for e...


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Suzi Dafnis, Australian Businesswomen's Network

Suzi Dafnis

Suzi Dafnis is the Australian Businesswomen's Network's Community Director and Chairperson of the Advisory Board. Suzi has been involved with the network since 1995. In 1998, she took over the network from its founder and has since managed and grown the network. She remains its media spokesperson ...


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