Social Media Guidelines
To Our Con-goers, Supporters, and Friends,
GeekGirlCon monitors social media related to the convention. We care about what you have to say about GeekGirlCon, and we want to take time to respond to your questions, concerns, and criticisms, both good and bad, on any channel you use.
We believe in our project and its mission, and we are committed to truthful and accurate representations of it. If we find any statements or claims that are false or misleading, we will contact you for correction.
We also believe that everyone should enjoy GeekGirlCon’s social media communities and encourage your engagement on them. Please tell us what you think. Tell us about your experiences.
However, please keep in mind that the authors and readers reflect a diverse set of customs, values, and points of view, and please be respectful. Any hateful speech, ad hominem attacks, or otherwise unsuitable language will be removed from GeekGirlCon’s owned sites.
Likewise, we will remove any unrelated advertisements, promotions, or spam from our community. Please consider the context, and if your promotion brings value to our community and/or is relevant to the content.
Mostly, we want you to have fun, be geeky, and engage with GeekGirlCon on social media. What you have to say is important.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding these guidelines please get in touch with GeekGirlCon’s Social Media Manager Andrea.
To Our Sponsors,
GeekGirlCon supports transparency. We are committed to ensuring that our social media practitioners (including blogs, forums and any other social media) clearly disclose relationships and endorsements, and that statements about GeekGirlCon are truthful and substantiated.
Keep in mind that what you write is your responsibility and failure to abide by these guidelines could put your relationship with GeekGirlCon at risk. If you have any questions or concerns regarding these guidelines, please get in touch with GeekGirlCon’s Social Media Manager Andrea.