Does Your Business Have a Social Media Policy?

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The most common social media are Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, MySpace, blogging, and YouTube. Millions of people use these websites or send tweets or watch videos every day. Do your employees spend time on these websites during the business day? Do you care whether they tweet about what is happening at the office or play Farmville during the hours that they are supposed to be working?

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