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Social media basics for the CCO

Tom Fox | February 21, 2018

One of the ways that chief compliance officers and compliance practitioners can improve their compliance programs is through the use of the social media platform Twitter. A lot of professionals stay away from Twitter because they don't know what to make of it, or how to get value from it. But by regularly posting to Twitter and engaging with those who are also using it, you expose yourself to a huge universe of new information, ideas, and insights that ultimately leads to you having better ideas.

Twitter was created to allow people to connect with one another and communicate about their activities, from the mundane to the profound. While a lot of companies use Twitter for marketing, there is a deeper value and understanding to be had. For the compliance practitioner, one thing you want to consider is to align your Twitter and great social media strategy with your compliance strategy.

You should have a list of compliance practitioners that you follow on Twitter. These...

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