Business Social Network Best Practices

Think before you post. A good way to look at it – DO NOT POST anything that you do not want your boss’s boss’s boss’s boss’s boss’s boss to see. 2) Read coworker posts and see how they are posting. Review how they commonly post and what kind of response they generate. This also sets up an environment for everyone to police each other and themselves.

Business Collaboration Meets the Enterprise Social Network: Etiquette

Business collaboration tools, such as's Chatter and Facebook Workspaces are taking companies by storm. It makes sense, these tools provide the most efficient way to increase productivity, boost morale, and create a sense of community within your organization.