Social Media Disclaimers and Email Scripts

Social Media Disclaimers and Email Scripts

35.00

Can you handle social media?

Because it can be really tricky when:

  • Your client sends you a friend request

  • You've got drama in your Facebook Group

  • Someone posts asking for breastfeeding help on your Facebook Page

What do you do?

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Social Media Disclaimers and Email Scripts includes words you can use for the most common scenarios facing IBCLCs on social media. You'll be empowered to cope with the unique challenges of having a presence on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and you'll be able to invite clients to your promotional mailing list without worrying that you're unintentionally violating their privacy.

These forms are attorney-reviewed but should not be construed as legal advice. If you are in a group practice, please purchase an additional license for each member of your practice.

Here's what you get:

  • SAMPLE SOCIAL MEDIA CONNECTION REQUEST RESPONSE

  • SAMPLE RESPONSE TO SOCIAL MEDIA DIRECT MESSAGES

    • Client

    • Non-Client

  • FACEBOOK GROUPS

    • Invitation to Join

    • Disclaimer

    • Posting Guidelines

    • If You Have to Remove a Comment or Post

    • If You Have to Remove a Member

  • FACEBOOK PAGE OR TWITTER ACCOUNT DISCLAIMER

  • PERMISSIONS TO SHARE ABOUT YOUR CLIENTS

    • Permission to Post

    • Permission to Use Client Photos for Marketing Purposes

  • MAILING LIST OPT IN

  • RECOMMENDED RESOURCES

    • Social Media Ethics

    • Social Media How-Tos

    • Social Media Pitfalls

Also included in the IBCLC Private Practice Essential Toolkit

IBCLC Private Practice Essential Toolkit
350.00

Running a private practice as an IBCLC requires more than just your awesome clinical skills. You need to wrap your brain around the business, legal, and technical side of things. The reality is that so many lactation consultants hit the ground running in their private practices without having a stable infrastructure in place first. And it’s not long before you’re not enjoying private practice the way you thought you would. 

You’ve come this far to become an IBCLC—you just need the tools to build your dream private practice.

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