The United States Constitution was ratified by the first state (Delaware) in 1787, and has continued (albeit with some amendments) as the supreme law of the land since. Social media policies certainly don't need to last as long, but nonetheless, drafters of these policies can draw some lessons from the Constitution. This article highlights five such lessons which will help you draft more effective social media policies for your company or brand.
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What the U.S. Constitution Teaches About Drafting Social Media Policies