One Bad Tweet & Or Post & %$#@

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One inappropriate Tweet or Post can cause irreparable damage to ones reputation or brand. Day by day people are being terminated, sanctioned and are suffering huge consequnces because of one 'bad' tweet or post. Don't let thsi happen to you, your company or team.

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One Bad Tweet & Or Post & %$#@

  1. 1. One Bad Tweet Or Post & X&%$# cl e he Cy n T Of A te Tweet pria approOr Po st In Offensive, Racist, Sexist & or Inappopriate Tweet Or Post Re Tweeted Parody Accts or #tags Set Up Causing More Damage Viral On All Platforms Employer Terminates Services "Once In Cybersapce Always In Cyberspace" Inappropriate Behaviour On Social Media Is Not Limited To Coming From One Sex Or E conomic Demographic The Power Of Social Media 1 Billion Users 8.7% Fake tel y o priahe nappr T o st I Suffer es P And sequenc Co n 100 Million + Users & Over 1 Billion Photos 500 Million Users 340 Million Tweets Per Day Stats via Wikip edia
  2. 2. u ar d af e g O r oS ow T Profile & ation H Your ny Rep ut a Comp Don't Guess what is appropriate or not, complete the " Managing Your Online Reputation Course" Discuss with us your Social Media Training Needs Have us present to your staff or friends an informative Social Media Responsibility Session Ask Us About Our Online Slideshare Presentations on Social Media FIND US 41 Te l: 03 1 9 1 4 AUS: 04 1 8 25 5254 US A : 3 0 m e .co m de aco n @ : b r adle y E m ail W e b site : uar dian s On lin e Cyb e r G Day in day out people are being terminated or sanctioned for inappropraite tweets or posts where brands are damaged, and future employment prospects are ruined. Do not let your social media or your staff or players social media activity become a statistic. Find out how we can help you protect your image. Created by : Bradley W. Deacon 2013

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