- Send out an all-company e-mail asking employees who may be engaging on behalf of the company in social media to make you aware of what they are doing and hold on their activity until a formal policy is created & sent around
It’s not enough to create the policy & e-mail it around and check the box- it needs to be rolled out to everyone.
5 Social Media Things to Keep off Your “Ugh-we-should-have-done-that” List Lindsay Lebresco – Social Media Manager, Lilly Pulitzer
Is this person relatable to my target audience? Ask these questions: Are they authentic & trustworthy? How about likable? Are they passionate about your business? Are they natural users of social media? How well do they know your brand & products? Are they committed to having a conversation ? Can they rally?
OH HELL YES! WHO CARES Has been on Facebook since it was only for college students Has a bad ass smartphone Knows what 2 words comprise the term “blog” Follows Conan O'Brien on Twitter Helped their uncle start a Facebook page for his pest control company They’re younger than you… and much “hipper” Can text 100 words a minute Mulit-tasker & solid project management skills Seeks out new opportunities in social & stays on top of what’s happening in the industry Experience in using social media platforms personally; ideally has used it for business Team player and is comfortable working cross-functionally Has a background in communications & has good writing skills Strategic thinker but tactical executer
Identify their responsibilities: report by Jeremiah Owyang of Altimeter Group. Infographic by Voltier Creative