Attention small business owners…
“How To Protect Your Business
With An Internet Social Media Policy…”
How do you protect yourself against misconduct by employees or freelance independent contractors doing something stupid or illegal in social media that could harm your business?
- Imagine one of your workers getting pissed off and he posts an “insider” video on YouTube that trashes your company?
- Or what if an employee identified you on Facebook as his employer and filled his account with photos of himself getting drunk and acting stupid?
- What would you do if a freelancer doing project work for you lets others know he’s working for you and then Tweets about working while stoned on drugs?
- If one of your employees posted your company’s name and logo on his personal blog…and also pictures from his nudist adventures, how would you handle the situation?
- If you’re working on a new project, do you want one of the developers bragging about it online before you’re ready to go public with the information?
- What if one of your employees uses a company computer to cyber-stalk and harass an ex-girlfriend?
- How would you respond if your web designer listed you online as a reference…but another reference listed the designer's work on a neo-Nazi website?
A social media policy can help protect you
You can use a social media policy to set the clear standards you expect your employees and independent contractors to follow while they're doing work for you. By creating rules on how social media can and cannot be used, you both reduce your legal risks and protect your reputation.
An affordable solution for your business...
Ideally, for maximum protection, you should have your own Internet lawyer create a customized social media policy specifically for your business. Many Internet law attorneys will charge you more than $1,000 to get a customized social media policy. In addition, you would probably pay for the time it took to explain to your attorney what you want done.
Fortunately, there is a reasonably-priced alternative. I have created a social media policy package called Social Media Legalese. The package contains a professional template (both in DOC and RTF formats) that you can quickly use to protect your business and yourself.
You will get Social Media Legalese today for just $97. Because you're not meeting with me as a lawyer, and I'm not customizing legal documents for you, you are able to get this template system for less than what it would cost for a 15-minute professional consultation.
30-Day "Be a Friend to Yourself" Money-Back Guarantee
I've spent a lot of time creating this social media policy template system because I wanted to provide small business owners like you with affordable protection. This solution is quite simply the best alternative to a customized social media policy prepared per project by an Internet lawyer.
However, if you're not satisfied with Social Media Legalese, or if the policy fails to perform exactly as promised, you’ll receive a prompt refund.
Simply destroy your copy and ask for a full refund any time in the next 30 days. You’ll get your money without hassles. That's a firm promise and commitment.
Here’s what to do now…
Claim your copy of Social Media Legalese now for just $97 by clicking the "Add to Cart" button below.
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To recap, your Social Media Legalese package includes…
- Professionally drafted social media policy template in DOC, PDF, RTF, and TXT formats.
- 1 sample template filled out with the names and details for a fictional company.
If you use Social Media Legalese for just one year, that works out to about 27 cents a day to protect yourself and your reputation.
Isn’t your peace of mind worth it?
So, go ahead and click the “Add to Cart" button to claim your copy today.
Internet Attorneys Association LLC
P.S. If you’re on the fence about taking this important step to protect yourself and your reputation, remember this is risk-free because your investment is backed by a 30-Day "Be a Friend To Yourself" Money-Back Guarantee. So you will want to claim your copy of Social Media Legalese today.