Curious by Stratford University recently shared a round-up of answers from members of the Young Entrepreneur’s Council (YEC) about how to handle social media misconduct among your team. Since social media content can be shared so quickly with so many, it’s important to make sure that anything bad or unprofessional is caught quickly. That’s why Angela Ruth, Due’s Marketing Manager, noted that one of the most important ways to handle such misconduct is to address it quickly so the team member doesn’t do it again. A good recommendation is to create and implement a formal social media policy that provides the basis for any discussion and punishment. You can read the original article here.

There is power in social media that can lead to company growth if you know how to identify and leverage those platforms. Check out this blog post about four ways to use social media to get gigs as a freelancer or small business owner.

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