Does Your Business Use Social Media Or Operate A Blog?
Find out how to reduce potential liability by downloading our free Social Media Legal Survival Guide!
“Social media” is essentially a broad term that covers all Internet interactive forums where users generate the content and share information. Social networking sites (i.e. Facebook and Twitter), blogs, streaming, photo and video sharing sites, podcasts (i.e.audio and video files), wikis (i.e. websites that allow people to add content to or edit the information, such as “Wikipedia”) and other online forums are all considered as social media. Of course, most people think of Facebook or Twitter or other social networking forums as social media. But, in terms of your business, any forum or platform you operate or advertise upon that allows user generated content can cause the same laundry list of problems.
Find out more about the potential risks you or your business face and how to drastically redcue your exposure to online liability!
A simple, but detailed break-down of social media and interactive website liability is packed into this 14 page e-book! Perfect for busy small business owners, affiliates and Internet marketers or just about anyone worried about social media liability. Written by Internet and business attorney Phil Nicolosi. No email is required to download our e-book.