Company-Sponsored Social Media Policy

Give your employees guidance on what kind of content is acceptable -- and what isn't -- to post on your company's social media pages. Maintain your business's good reputation and define your social media goals with this easy-to-use form. Clearly lay out:

  • who may post to corporate-sponsored social media sites
  • guidelines for posting
  • when disclaimers are necessary
  • how to handle customers' comments
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  • Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube -- protect your company with a clear social media policy

    It's rare to find a business these days that doesn't have some kind of social media presence, whether it be a Facebook page, a YouTube channel, or a Twitter feed. But the people that handle this type of online communication for your business must have some kind of guidance on acceptable and unacceptable content.

    Make sure your employees understand how to stay on the right side of the line when they're posting to your company's social media accounts. Nolo's Company-Sponsored Social Media Policy will help you clearly lay out:

    • your company's goals for its social media presence
    • who may post to corporate-sponsored social media sites
    • guidelines for posting
    • how to attribute authorship
    • when disclaimers are necessary
    • how to handle and moderate comments -- positive and negative -- about your organization

    Help your company keep up with the ever-shifting landscape of social media without the fear of liability -- use Nolo's Company-Sponsored Social Media Policy to create a clear policy for your employees.

    Need a policy for employees' personal posts? Use Nolo's Personal Blog and Online Posting Policy for Employers.