Social Media Guidelines
At the Couponstan, We believe in better online world, we respect social media the channel to share with billions in one post click. we admire this great sense of content sharing. we are well aware of how online social computing platforms—such as blogs, wikis, social networks, and all sorts of social media both inside and outside the—are transforming the way we interact. Online collaboration enables people to share knowledge and ideas regardless of rank, title or experience. It’s a way for us to take part in conversations around the work we do at Couponstan and show our expertise in these areas.
These guidelines have been developed for all Members/Non-members of the to follow whenever contributing to online social computing platforms where there are references to or a potential impact on Couponstan.
Think before you post
Keep in mind that most online social computing platforms are like public marketplaces—what’s out there is available for all to see. On social platforms, the boundaries of professional and personal information are not always very clear. In these days of shifting privacy policies and powerful search engine indexing, you can’t always be sure what is being shared, viewed or archived. Note that what you publish online will be public for a very long time. What you post will reflect on you.
If you are unsure whether certain content is appropriate to share online, then don’t post it. It’s better to be safe than to be sorry.
You are personally responsible for your words and actions, no matter where you are, even in the online world. Please remember that when you participate in social media, you are speaking as an individual and not on behalf of the. Identify yourself using the first person singular.
When you discuss-related information online, be transparent by giving your name and role and mentioning that you work for the. If you have an individual site that refers to or has an impact on the, use a disclaimer such as “The views expressed on this site are my own and not those of Couponstan.”
Where applicable law permits, know that the reserves the right to monitor use of social platforms and take appropriate action to protect against misuse that may be harmful to the’s reputation.
Establishing a account or becoming an official representative that shares information about the and the areas we work in, requires approval from or local Marketing & Communications teams. Only these accounts may display the company logo. If you would like to represent Couponstan or create a account, please contact your local Marketing and Communications team or the web team. If a member of the press or online media contacts you about online content concerning Couponstan, please refer them to the press office, or your local PR manager.
Your behavior online should be consistent with Our Code of Business Ethics.
You have the opportunity to help shape the’s reputation online. Use your expert knowledge to enrich discussions, help solve problems, share the excitement of our work environment, and promote learning and idea-sharing.
Please bear in mind that the tone you use online can be interpreted in different ways by your readers, due to a lack of non-verbal communication or cultural differences. Some participants may not be familiar with abbreviations, emoticons and other common codes used in online communication. Remember also that comments are often taken out of context, so stick to the facts.
Trust is the key element in building relationships online. Build trust by keeping a respectful tone, even when disagreeing with others, and by responding to comments in a timely manner. If you realize that you’ve make a mistake, try to correct it promptly.
Do not engage in any conduct online that would not be acceptable in your workplace or that is unlawful. For example, do not make derogatory remarks, bully, intimidate, harass other users, use insults or post content that is Abusing, threatening, discriminating or pornographic.
Make sure any reference to clients, partners and suppliers does not violate any non-disclosure obligations. Please also remember your confidentiality obligations under your employment agreement.
Comply with laws and regulations and more particularly with laws governing intellectual property rights, including copyrights and trademarks.
You must not post content or take any action that violates the law or infringes or any third party’s intellectual property rights.
Use of social computing platforms in accordance with this policy can be a very effective tool. Be proud of what you do for better quality and efficiency. Above all, Be attentive to others and take the trouble to listen and be understood.