One social media myth that I frequently hear is that young employees (often interns) are good employees to manage your social media properties. What some Managers fail to understand is that placing your organization or brands reputation into the hands of employees who have little business knowledge or experience can lead to disastrous results.
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I have been meaning to write this post for quite some time, but it seems as though every time I make my top 5 list of social media myths, I hear a new one that feels like it should make the list. But rather than keep pushing it off, I have decided to go ahead and publish my top 5 favorite social media myths, but I reserve the right to update the post and expand the list beyond 5 in the future. In fact, if you have an addition to the list, let me know and I’ll consider adding it.
I recently participated in a conversation on LinkedIn entitled “Should Employees Be Allowed To Use Social Media?” in one of the social media groups where I participate. While the responses where overwhelmingly in favor of not only allowing, but encouraging employees to engage online, I was befuddled by the fact that this question even exists.
Social media doesn’t have to be hard. Just follow a few simple rules. What rule would you add? How would you help those new to social in their initial efforts?
Facebook is rapidly becoming a large part of the everyday life of Americans. But is it more important to us than food? The US Department of Labor statistics, combined with usage numbers from Facebook indicate that we are changing our lives based on our Facebook habits.