Sunday Brunch – Social Media Policy


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So here it is – the inaugural episode of Sunday Brunch, where we talk about your questions about social media, marketing, business tips, entrepreneurship and more.

Today’s question is from Doreen Iannuzzi, who is the Vice President of New Media over at Diversity Media Services in Toronto, Canada (hope I pronounced your surname correctly, Doreen!). Doreeen asked:

“With the seemingly dramatic increase of businesses and companies wading into social media areas, what are your thoughts about incorporating (for example), a corporate social media policy…Twitter specifically…are you for it? I realize that every company is different, but are there specific areas or examples that you’ve come across in your travels that you could talk about?”

Thanks for the question, Doreen, and I hope the video helps.

If you have a question, you can send it in via the form below. There’s also a file upload option, if you want to send in a picture of your favourite Sunday Brunch place.

Cheers, and see you same time, same place next week for some more Sunday Brunch chats.

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Danny Brown
Danny Brown is partner at Bonsai Interactive Marketing, a full service agency offering integrated, social media and mobile marketing solutions. He is also founder of the 12for12k Challenge, a social media-led charity initiative connecting globally and helping locally.


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