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June 30, 2011


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Dave Madsen

David, thanks for sharing this. It's a breath of fresh air to read the TNT guidelines because it treats employees like partners in making their company successful.


Hi David,

Great interview with Vivienne yesterday, thanks.  Here's a tool that you and your readers may be interested in.


There are 3 options:  
1. Unrestricted
2. Moderate
3. Conservative

They are editable Word documents and free to download. They are released under Creative Commons so you can share and edit to your heart's content!

Vivienne Storey (Blands Law), Alan Jones (Qudos) and our guys at Bluewire Media have collaborated to produce these tools for you, free of charge,

We hope you find them useful,

David Meerman Scott

Dave -- Indeed it is. Glad you liked it.

Adam -- Thanks so much for posting this tool.


You may have had some trouble with Adam's link, it has a space at the end and doesn't work.

For his Social Media Guidelines Template try this:

David Meerman Scott

Thanks so much Unitseven. I fixed it in Adam's comment too.


Excellent post Thanks your article was really interesting and it was very relevant to for answering my questions will definitely read more of your posts in the future


Thanks for posting this, this subject has been on my mind a lot. I work for a large outdoor retailer and blog about climbing http://venturesomekrysia.com/ I was hesitating about disclosing where I work because as a woman, I was afraid of attracting stalkers. I did finally add it to my bio, because I don't want to seem unethical. However, even though I sometimes write about gear, my day job has nothing to do with my Web presence.

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The tool which is shared by Blue Wire Media is a good to manage all the things and it is a good example.

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