Inspiration for Social Media Policy and Strategy
I am preparing a set of trainings and workshops on social media for CGIAR. One of the topics covers is the social media strategy and policy for their different research centers and projects. So I asked my friends in the KM4Dev and Web2forDEV communities for examples and inspirational literature.
Here is the list of links I collected:
Examples of social media guidelines and policies
- FAO social media policy
- IFRC Social Media staff guidelines
- IFAD social media guidelines and the presentation to go with it
- UK Government
- US Foreign office
- American Red Cross
- Large lists of social media policies from private companies, governmental institutions and nonprofits:
Generic info on social media policy: the need, and the how
- Got a social media policy?
- Does your organization need a social media policy?
- 14 Questions to Ask When Developing Your Nonprofit’s Social Media Policy
On Social media strategies
Social media Return on Investment (ROI)
As social media policies and certainly strategies are closely linked to outcome, I also found some interesting links to social media ROI:
While I was researching the topic, I also found these interesting resources:
- Facebook/Twitter/Email benchmarks, a PDF downloaded from We Know More
- Impact 2.0 iGuide – New mechanisms for linking research and policy
- How IBM Uses Social Media to Spur Employee Innovation
- The FAO’s free self-paced e-learning course “Web 2.0 and Social Media for Development”