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  • (When does attorney/client relationship begin? Websites pay you to be experts (“expert”) Utilize disclaimers. Be careful about social media engagement with adversaries. Watch conduct as a blog commenter, in chat rooms) (Keep hard copy for 2 years; no referral payments to non-lawyers; No celebrity or public figure endorsements, must disclose paid endorsements,
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    • 1. THE GOLDMINE AND MINEFIELDS OFSOCIAL MEDIA FOR PROFESSIONALS & BUSINESS OWNERS *ALL COPYRIGHTS RESERVED SALENE MAZUR KRAEMER, ESQUIRE, MBA, CTP-D SALENE@MAZURKRAEMER.COM KATIE IMLER, JD/MBA STUDENT, PITT LAW 2014 KATIE@MAZURKRAEMER.COM 1
    • 2. WHAT ARE YOUR BURNING QUESTIONS? 2
    • 3. Overview How to What is Social Participate Media? (the 6 P’s) Downsides for aBenefits for a Business Personal Business and a Legal & Ethical Issues and a Professional Experiences/Questions Professional Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 3
    • 4. If you are a business and want to survive,you cannot ignore social media.Molson Canadian Beer- Link VIDEO:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ia3Utt8boKY&featu re=youtu.be 4
    • 5. SOCIAL MEDIA – A DEFINITION “[B]lending of technology and social interactions for the co- creation of value” -Wikipedia• A group of Internet-based applications that build on the ideological and technological foundations of Web 2.0, which allows the creation and exchange of user-generated content, as opposed to the passive viewing of content.• CGM-consumer-generated media.Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 5
    • 6. What Is Social Media? Blogs Media Sharing Microblogs Websites (Twitter) (YouTube, Flickr, Slide.com) Collaborative Social Networks (Facebook; Social Sites (wikipedia; LinkedIn) Media investopedia)Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 6
    • 7. 7
    • 8. The Web Is What You Make of It VIDEODOES SOCIAL MEDIA INTIMIDATE YOU?http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R4vkVHijdQk&feature=share&list=P L5308B2E5749D1696 8
    • 9. MY SOCIAL MEDIA STORY FLICKR: (2011) salene photostream FACEBOOK: 650 friends 115 likes (2010) TWITTER: @salenekraemer (2009) 960 followers BLOG: (November 11, 2009) 20,000 + hits, 50+ posts LINKEDIN: (2007) 913 connections 9
    • 10. MY SOCIAL MEDIA STORYLINKEDIN: BLOG: 10
    • 11. MY SOCIAL MEDIA STORYTWITTER:FACEBOOK:FLICKR: 11
    • 12. IS SOCIAL NETWORKING VALUABLE FOR BUSINESSES OR A USELESS DISTRACTION? -Seth Godin VIDEOhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r0h0LlCu8Ks&feature=youtu.be 12
    • 13. Perks for the ProfessionalCreate personal brand Stay top of mindBuild credibility Get word of mouthHumanize yourself marketingGain competitive edge Connects you to the in bid process clientsKnown in Industry Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 13
    • 14. Perks for the Professional Modern Rolodex Exposure to Media/News Outlets Networking with strangers Real-time updates on prior to event #wlusocial changes in the legal or media business landscape Gather better research re: Access to like-minded prospective persons clients, competitors, adversa ries Promote clients’ events (*) Depository for info to share w/ client via several media Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 14
    • 15. Benefits for the Business Attract New Connect/Participate with Exhibit Unknown Customer Communities Aspects Business Stakeholders • Create buy-in/loyalty • Charity, corporate • Clients, supporters culture • Multiplier effects of • Referral fans’ communities IKEA • Provide glimpses into sources, partners personal lives of • Develop relationships owners • Investors, lenders • Gather information re: specialists, end- • Reveal behind the users, competitors scenes Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 15
    • 16. Benefits for the Business Promote overarching goal of Promote business your business special events/sales • Increase awareness of product or services • Expand your target • Describe experience by market (globally) Fundraising actual customers • Open opportunities for news mentions • Police reputation/brand • Reciprocal promotion • Post/fill job descriptions of businesses Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 16
    • 17. IKEA –Creating a Facebook Communityhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0TYy_3786bo VIDEO 17
    • 18. Warnings for the Professional  Tarnish reputation  Get fired Viral  May alienate clients, potential clients, vendors, referral sources by promoting a particular client/event/brand/business/cause/ Permanent politics  May create uninsured events Non-private  May become victim of harassment/discrimination/stalking /bullying Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 18
    • 19. Additional Warnings  May reveal too much info to adversary  Ethics violations issued by professional associations/licensure action  Used in litigation against you  Used in background check for hiring  Used if potential juror  Criminal penalties, monetary penalties Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 19
    • 20. Downsides/Risks for the Business  Time-consuming and expensive  Need accurate, consistent legal or business info  May reveal too much info to competitors  Sound bites are too short for disclaimers  Fake or coerced friending  References for departed employees  Distorts reality  Postings later used in litigationDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 20
    • 21. Downsides/Risks for a Business  Need express policy, procedures & remedial action  Cannot monitor every thing employees do/risk of company criticism or controversial statements  Direct or vicarious liability (copyright, trademark, harassment, defamation, discrimination, negligent hiring)  Inadvertent disclosure of confidential and/or $ info  Deceptive trade practices  Social media loafing Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 21
    • 22. McDonald’s Hashtag Fiasco http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?v=iAJpox-MI2Q VIDEO 22
    • 23. How to Participate: The 6 P’s of the Big 3 Professionalism Profile Privacy Protocol Performance Practice (Etiquette) Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 23
    • 24. BUSINESS INTERACTIONS WITHSOCIAL MEDIA POSTING ACCESS Company sponsored: Employee postings on behalf of Employee non-business marketing, recruiting, customer Monitoring online discussions business postings Background checks service, branding, PR, news by TP and employees 24
    • 25. The Big 3 LinkedIn Twitter Facebook Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 25
    • 26. PROFESSIONALISM: THE BLUR LinkedIn Twitter 100% professional Facebook 80% professional 5-40% professional *Forging new relationships *Best referral networkDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 26
    • 27. PERFORMANCE: • Update status (personal, market expertise, tag friends) • Share/post links (articles, blogs, news, tag/share) Facebook • Comment /Like (after networking, achievements, bdays,) • Fan Pages Twitter• Tweet re: services /products, industry trends/know how, tips, advice, personal stories LinkedIn• Retweet• Respond to @replies/mentions• Comment on other users’ links/tweets • Update status (events, variety)• Ask questions in tweet • Comments/like/share other s’• Use hashtags/tweetups updates• Socialize • Engage in groups• Use lists/favorites (discussions/share news) • Email to target groupDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 27
    • 28. What Type Best Suits You? 28
    • 29. PROTOCOL/ETIQUETTE: The Do’s Think 2X before sending anything Remember you are likely Demonstrate expertise monitored Follow diverse users and read Comply with any corporate policies diverse content (logo, branding, disclosures, Read and/or editorialize shared disclaimers) links Add value, inform Be respectful Be authentic Include personal comments to humanize Use privacy controlsDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 29
    • 30. PROTOCOL/ETIQUETTE: The Don’tsForget your acts may be Swear imputed to employer Mention politics/religionBe negative. Do not disparage Spam anyone period Send autoresponses orBe insincere or fake autostream to blogs/syncMake a blatant sales pitch status updatesRefer to client or corporate @reply when you meant to DM confidential info Post to a wall when you shouldGive away too much have emailed via INBOX location/personal dataTag with wild abandonDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 30
    • 31. SOCIAL MEDIA POLICIES- Issues toBe AddressedGround rules for different sites Protecting Image/brandScope: apply to internal and/or Confidential/inappropriate external communications informationSpeaker transparency/ Approach will vary based on disclaimers/dissociation of industry, applicable views/endorsement laws/regulations, scope of company and employee use,Disciplinary sanctions marketing/PR goalsCompliance with applicable laws 31
    • 32. SOCIAL MEDIA POLICIEShttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8iQLkt5CG8I VIDEO One Government’s Employee Social Media Training Video 32
    • 33. Ethical Issues • When does attorney/client • Keep hard copy for 2 relationship begin? years • Utilize disclaimers • No referral payments to non-lawyers • Social media engagement • No celebrity or public Unauthorized Direct with adversaries Advertising figure endorsements practice of law Solicitation • Watch conduct as a blog • Must disclose paid commenter, in chat rooms endorsements Specialization Confidentiality Communications Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 33
    • 34. Legal Issues Intellectual Property Employment Law Tort Contract/Regulatory Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 34
    • 35. Legal Issues Trademark Intellectual Property infringement Trade Secret Tort violations Contributory infringement Breach of Contract /Regulatory Right of Publicity contract Copyright Namesquatting infringement False Advertising Impersonation Secondary infringement Promotions/ Defamation (libel) Sweepstakes Fair Use Invasion of privacy Unfair competition Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 35
    • 36. Employment Law Employee v. Employment Sexual Independent Discrimination Harassment Contractors Quid pro quo Recruiting/hiring, terms/conditions of employment/promotion, wages, Know the difference Hostile work environment Firing, retaliation *Strict liabilityDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 36
    • 37. More Employment Law IssuesBlog o Corporate and personalReferences o LinkedInTwitter o Rep for your firmTexting while drivingGoogling CandidatesFacebook o Including PasswordsFirst Amendment Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 37
    • 38. Types of Employment Policies Social Nondisclosure/ Media Relations Confidentiality Media Agreement Acceptable Crisis Data Leakage TrainingEmail/Internet Management Prevention Sessions UseDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 38
    • 39. SOCIAL MEDIA TRENDS 2012 39
    • 40. Social MobileLocal VIDEO 40
    • 41. The Big Shift: YouTube 41
    • 42. 42
    • 43. Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 43
    • 44. Definition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 44
    • 45. 10. Chrysler 9. Qwikster 8. Qantas 7. Godaddy.com 6. Unilever (Ragu) 5. Kenneth Cole 4. Anthony Weiner 3. Virgin America 2. Paypal 1. Blackberry -David AmerlandDefinition Benefits Drawbacks How To Issues Experiences 45
    • 46. Thank You! Are You Ready to Jump on the Social Media Bandwagon? 46
    • 47. Salene Mazur Kraemer, Esquire, MBA, CTP-D salene@mazurkraemer.com Katie Imler, JD/MBA Student, Pitt Law katie@mazurkraemer.com3205 Pennsylvania Avenue, Suite B,Weirton, WV 26062304.300.05931911 Wharton StreetPittsburgh, PA 15203412.427.7075 www.mazurkraemer.com 47
    • 48. *The 6Ps of the BIG 3™ for Job-Seeking JDs, by Amanda Ellis http://www.6psbig3.com/blog/index.php/buy-the-book/ or http://amzn.com/0578053039.* PBI.org’s CLE Facebook, Twitter, Blogging- Oh My Space, available here http://tinyurl.com/3sasdjm See my Twitterfeed https://twitter.com/#!/salenekraemer RESOURCES 48
    • 49. Let us help you bring your business up tospeed 2 hour consultation with key management re: social media needs/instruction Customized Social Media Policy 5% discount if you Tweet or Facebook post your request to @salenekraemer or the MAZURKRAEMER Facebook Page 49

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