Code of Conduct
Drafting a code of conduct when you create your network is a good idea. Such a code becomes the road map for the ways members use the community and the ways they should not use it. It also affords the administrators some way to adjudicate behavior. This is especially important as what one person sees as offensive might be considered creative expression by another.
There are as many potential code of conduct policies as there are social networks. Some are simple like Wells Fargo’s (bit.ly/WellsCom
), while others are more complex like the 31-page policy from the U.S. Air Force (bit.ly/AirFMedia
). Visit Social Media ...