Do we really read the Terms of Content of social platforms?

Written January 6th, 2013 by
Categories: social media

Instagram ShotWith the recent situation with Instagram changing their Terms of Content, I’m interested in finding out if we really read the Terms of Content for social platforms.

So I’m conducting a survey to find out. The results will be used in my January newspaper column and mostly likely incorporated in my upcoming book on social media crisis communications.

Click here to take the survey.

Please share this widely. The more responses, the better.

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Ann Marie van den Hurk, APR, is an accredited public relations professional with over a decade experience bridging the gap between traditional public relations and emerging technologies. Need help reaching your business’s customers, call 302.563.992 to schedule an initial consultation, or contact Mind The Gap Public Relations.

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