• Privacy, Security and Legacy Losing access to a social media account not only is terrifying to your organization, but it could also mean that someone could go rogue and start posting on your organization’s behalf.
    • Use two-factor authentication on your accounts. 

    • Routinely update passwords (which can also help trim access from people). 

    • Register your account and grant additional channel managers through the district software so login information is not shared.   

    • Immediately remove employees as administrators from accounts when they move on. Update passwords at this time.

    • Do not use dummy social media accounts. Platforms like Twitter and Facebook are automatically closing accounts they suspect as dummy accounts, resulting in folks getting locked out of your account.