Hello all, i've been trying to figure out how to properly build out a franchise online. **Social media Including:** * Facebook ( from what i've read it's been create a Facebook Business page. You can create "locations," from there ) * Instagram * Twitter ( Should there only be 1 Twitter account used for CRM? ) **Website** ( I've been referring to other franchised sites E.I Walmart, Midas or Subway ) Create sub-sites in your preferred install. Mine is using WordPress. Your URL / folder file structure should look like: *examplesite.com/location/local* ( I've seen/read using sub-domains is bad for creating …
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News Story Twitter reassures developers - wrongly
[URL="http://www.twitter.com"]Twitter[/URL] has gone on a charm offensive, after buying Tweetie and announcing it's going to make its own URL shortener and users won't get the choice about whether or not to use it. We are still nice guys, they're saying, and you'll still be able to work with us. I'm sure they mean it. Equally I'm sure they shouldn't be issuing reassurances in this way. Let's drill down a little and ask who or what Twitter is for. The users? No. The developers? No. It needs the first of those groups, certainly, but like all private businesses it's actually there …
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I have been asked by one of my clients to draft a social media use policy for employees. My client asked for there to be two sections, one for in office and one for out of office. I am curious to know if anyone has encountered corporate policies for social media (or any other activities) outside of the office, specifically in terms of non-business hours.
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