There's been a lot of talk on the following related to social media policies in your company:
1. Do you need one?
2. If the answer is yes, what the heck does a social media policy entail?
I'm usually a "less is more" type of guy related to polices, but I'll admit there might be a need. For good primers elsewhere, see the following from Jessica Lee and the HR Bartender related to social media policies.
As for me, I'd keep it simple with a little something like this:
"DAXKO encourages team members to be active in social media as a representative of our company. Only three rules – be real, add value and don’t say anything that would embarrass your mom. If your mom has low standards, then don’t say anything you wouldn’t want to see on the front page of USA Today. Simple enough."
That's what I got. If I was really writing in long form, I'd slip something in like "P.S. - You're responsible for all the other stuff in the handbook when you're twittering, blogging, facebooking or whatever it is that you crazy kids are doing these days."
What would you add? On second thought, it would be kinda cool if you could share your social media policy via a 140-character tweet on Twitter...