Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Social network rules of engagement at WSJ

With the growing popularity of social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook, and with so many people at the computer for the majority of their workday, it is becoming increasingly difficult to know what differentiates "business" from "pleasure."


Many organizations are composing social media policies and codes of conduct to guide their employees to make sound online communications decisions. According to Marketing VOX, "Last week, staff members at the Wall Street Journal were given a fresh list of rules outlining 'professional conduct.' The updated list includes a guide to using online outlets appropriately. Of especial note were activities that occur on social networking sites like Twitter and Facebook."


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