Correction: This column mischaracterized sample social media policy guidelines for real estate brokerage companies offered by the Illinois Association of Realtors. The sample policy is purely optional and has not been adopted or enforced by the association."It's too late to change events It's time to face the consequence For delivering the proof In the policy of truth." --Depeche Mode, "Policy of Truth" (1990). Writer, blogger and blog coach Frances Flynn Thorsen published a "Real Estate Social Media Policies Manual." It's a 19-page PDF document, apparently, and I say "apparently" because I haven't read it given that it cost $67 and I don't have an advance copy or some such. But then, this column isn't about that particular policy or manual (I'm sure it's filled with all sorts of caramel goodness and sparkling wisdom). No, I'd rather talk about sample social media policy guidelines offered by the Illinois Association of Re...
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