Copy & Paste: Future of the Internet?

One of the most common crimes being committed online and in the world of social media is theft of content.  Sure, most content is provided for others to consume and in many cases, for us to use and reuse if we want.  But more times than not, proper credit is not given to the content creators. [Read more…]

How Missouri’s Teacher Facebook Law Affects Your Business

I was recently contacted by David Mielach, a freelance writer for BusinessNewsDaily.com.  

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David has started writing a daily quick hit article on various topics and was looking for sources on various fields ranging from PR to Marketing; and in turn asked if I would be interested in contributing.  Well, it took me just a couple of milliseconds to say YES!

David contact me this morning about an article he was working on;  How Missouri’s Teacher Facebook Law Affects Your Business. I find it interesting that businesses and schools are still grappling with rules and regulations regarding social media. I understand that they were caught off guard with the popularity of social media, but shouldn’t they have caught up by now by updating their employee policies?   Small businesses, you must address this immediately! 

Read David’s article along with my thoughts here: How Missouri’s Teacher Facebook Law Affects Your Business

What are your thoughts on this topic?  Do businesses have the right to restrict what you do on social media profiles?  Should they?

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