How To Avoid Social Media Mistakes That Destroy Your Brand And Ignite Lawsuits
Online Course Presented By
Social Media Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz
Due to the economic impact of COVID-19 on businesses, I'm lowering the prices of both my online social media liability course, and social media policy update course.
Please read below for the details. Stay safe
If You Bury Your Head In The Sand Thinking You Don't Need My Expert Online Course Because Your Attorney Will Clean-Up Social Media Mistakes, Or Your Insurance Substitutes For Expert Social Media Law Training, You Are Leaving Yourself Open To Lawsuits That Destroy Your Brand And Personal Finances.
""In Mark's class, I not only learned what I didn't know, but was amazed to find out what I did know was wrong." -Louis Carnell, Administrator, Hillsborough County, FL
In-House Attorneys Agree, They Don't Qualify In Court As Social Media Law Experts And Can't Deliver This Type Of Specialized Training To Their Employees...
Today's attorneys are like doctors, they are specialists. Your business attorney will be the first person to tell you, attending a number of seminars doesn't qualify you as a social media law expert. In court, a business owner looks foolish trying to convince a judge or jury that they ignored outside expert training because they thought their business attorney had the same expertise as a 30 year digital media law specialist.
"Great program. Being aware of the hidden liabilities not discussed in other courses saves your public image, and big legal fees."
- Cindy Reid, Attorney, Davidson, NC
" Social Media Attorney Fiedelholtz provided information that was much more detailed than anything I've received in the past, including specific cases. He shines a bright light on the need for more in-depth education to avoid liability in social media situations."
- Jan Zimmerman, Administrator, Raymore , MO
Courts Reject These Excuses To Avoid Expert Training...
"We can't afford expert training."
"We haven't been sued"
"Our attorney keeps us updated."
"Our association keeps us updated."
"We gave verbal warnings."
"We handed out a policy."
"Our insurance covers us."
"Very informative and much more in-depth level
than my previous social media training."
- Sue D., HR Director, Lancaster
Questions? Call 954-748-7698
WATCH THIS VIDEO: Under new federal laws, social media is classified as a "high liability" platform. Courts find employers negligent for asking employees to become brand ambassadors without expert social media liability training.
"Mark's social media liability course is much more detailed than my previous training.
He doesn't sugarcoat anything, and he is a great instructor.
- Eddie Lans, Realtor
99% of social media policies and training programs fail in court because they are
too vague and omit key issues. To close hidden gaps, the you must include
broadcasting and publishing legal issues, not just employment law issues.
"Mark, this was a thought provoking class. Your expert strategies
on social media law will end up saving my career."
- Debbie Elmore, South Carolina School Board Association, SC
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Scroll Down To Uncover 5 Social Media Myths
That Destroy Your Brand And Trigger $500,000+ Lawsuits
Myth #1: My business attorney will train us and handle all social media problems.
Reality: There is very little an attorney can do to mitigate the damage after a harmful post or tweet becomes a permanent digital footprint that can be viewed by millions. The average social media lawsuit is $500,000+.
"I have been in school communications for 16 years and this was fresh information I have not heard before. Your liability strategies gave me a diffferent perspective."
- Tim Lussier, Moore County Schools, NC
Myth #3: We stand on firm legal ground advertising to our employees that we are "skilled" social media marketing professionals.
Reality: . When you say your staff is skilled in social media marketing, it infers to the consumer that your marketing and branding are legally safe. Therefore, if you have no documented proof that your employees received outside expert social media liability training, that is an omission of a material fact and violation of FTC Section 5 Deceptive Advertising law.
"Mark, this was an eye-opening course that blew away any past social media training I received."
- Peter Nickischer, PIO Berks-Lehigh Regional, PA
Myth #4: We don't need to train employees, our insurance covers employee mistakes.
Reality: Most courts adjudicate social media claims as intentional or malicious, not accidental. Insurance can exclude claims that involve intentional conduct. Even if your claim was covered, your insurance premiums will skyrocket. Also, many insurance companies are pushing employers to do more specialized social media law training.
"Mark, your course was like purchasing a one million dollar insurance policy."
- Bryan Macy, Winston Salem Police Department, NC
Myth #5: An employer isn't liable for what an employee does off-duty on their personal device.
Courts determine liability based on work-place content, NOT who owns the device , whether the employee was off duty or on duty, or where the message was sent from.
"Mark, excellent course. The risks are too high to use social media without this type of expert training." -Philip B. Williams, FL
Whether You Approve Or Not, Social Media Is Here To Stay. Employees Are Your Biggest Brand Ambassadors And Engage In Social Selling. My Online Course Creates A Legal Shield Around...
> Employee personal stories about the workplace
> Employee personal pictures, memes, videos
> Employee live streaming, podcasts, memes
> Employee personal referrals for job openings
> Employee personal reaction to product reviews
> Employee personal opinions on current events
"Attorney Fiedelholtz took social media training to the next level. This course is a must for all organizations." - Brian Stoolhoff, FL
Questions: Call 954-748-7698
Our "No Fluff" Guarantee
If your looking for slick videos with a lot of fluff, this course isn't for you and your employees. However, if you are looking for content-rich videos, podcasts, and webinars that protect your business, this course is definitely for you.
Special Limited Time Price $79 per person (Save $20)
Group Price: Call 954-748-7698
"I recently completed the online course from Social Media Attorney Mark Fiedelholtz and felt that it was a great value for the price. I would highly recommend this course."
Jeremiah Jones, CEO, Bosco, Legal Services Inc.
How It Works
> You have one year to finish the course.
> The course includes six modules.
> Each module is around one hour.
> You can retake the module quizzes.
> You have 24/7 access to the course and updates.
> You can email course content questions.
> Participants receive a course completion certificate.
> Fast technical support to resolve problems.
> Questions? Call 954-748-7698
"Mark, I had no idea how much legal exposure my organization and I had personally until attending your course." George D. Casaletto, Keyport, NJ
Over 30,000 Business Professionals Were Pleasantly Surprised That They Would Receive So Much
Expert Information For The Price.
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