Do you need social media insurance?

Do you live on social media? You might need social media liability insurance. Why? There have been quite a few cases where an errant tweet, or a passionate Facebook comment made in haste (or anger) has resulted in thousands of dollars paid in punitive damages. Watch this video and learn the risks of social media liability and how you can reduce the danger of lawsuits. Umm… apart from using common sense and/or posting only lovely cat videos.

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Social Media, Technology and more are discussed on The Friday Traffic Report [video]

Did you know that I host a technology podcast every Friday? Its called “The Friday Traffic Report” and is co-hosted by my pal Jack Humphrey. The latest episode (and a description of what we discussed) is below. Tune in now to hear what you missed. More importantly, follow us on Google Plus so you can stay in the loop on future episodes of The Friday Traffic Report. Enjoy!


IN THIS EPISODE:

http://fridaytrafficreport.com – We had a neat surprise today. Thought Jim wasn’t going to make it, but he showed up in New Orleans for a conference where he’s speaking this weekend. So we ended up tackling privacy and talked about Google, Facebook, Skype and related privacy topics for businesses and individuals on the web. Should we be worried? Maybe. Surprised? No!  Also a great tip on testing your market before pulling a “Netflix” on your customers!

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I blogged a lot at #SHRM12

I soooo enjoyed myself at #SHRM12, SHRM’s National Conference in Atlanta. I tweeted more than anything else and was later surprised by that stats I generated. (Hat tip to @joelyoh) During my time at #SHRM12, I tweeted more than anyone else (369 tweets), my tweets were the most popular (retweeted 277 times) and collectively generated 5.3 million impressions. Wowzers! I guess I was more into it than I thought I was. (Smile) Below is a screenshot of the stats (click for an even better look) and here is a link to where I got it from. Just felt like sharing…



I was at the 2012 SHRM National Conference in Atlanta

I had a blast at #shrm12 due (in no small part) to SHRM Director of Social Engagement Curtis Midkiff. He did an OUTSTANDING job! Kudos to you Curtis! Tune in to hear my other thoughts and observations from the event.

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