Social Media Policy

My puppy

Mike at 6 months old

I’m a very quiet person, unless I’m talking about my pets. I could probably go on for days explaining all their little quirks and how they are the best animals in the world but that would probably be very boring. When it comes to social media I find that I usually don’t have much to say about anything. I try not to post anything that is inappropriate because everything that goes on the internet is there for good and you never know who is going to see it in the end.

I use Facebook, twitter, Linkedin and Pinterest, but I find that I don’t really post very often. I generally just use social media to stay in contact with people I’m friends with or work with. I don’t usually follow people who post about everything, if I’m checking twitter and there are 20 tweets in a row from one person I find it very annoying. If someone tries to connect with me I don’t really feel obligated to follow or subscribe to them back. I need to trust the people I follow, I expect them to keep any of my information to themselves.

I try not to share information that is really personal. I mostly just share my opinion on things that are happening in the moment. But like I said I hardly post anything at all, I usually start writing a post and then look at it and delete it right away. But being aware of what your putting online is important and creating your own social media policy is important. This is a great link to check out and get a good idea what your own social media policy is.

http://publicrelationsmatters.com/2008/10/07/create-your-own-social-media-policy/

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