Social Media Policy

Social Media Definition[1]

  1.      Social media are Web 2.0 Internet-based applications,
  2.      User-generated content (UGC) is the lifeblood of the social media organism,
  3.      users create service-specific profiles for the site or app that are designed and maintained by the social media organization,
  4.      social media facilitate the development of online social networks by connecting a user's profile with those of other individuals and/or groups.

In 2016, Merriam-Webster defined social media as "Forms of electronic communication (such as Web sites) through which people create online communities to share information, ideas, personal messages, etc."

The term social media are usually used to describe social networking sites such as:

  1.      Facebook – an online social networking site that allows users to create their personal profiles, share photos and videos, and communicate with other users
  2.      Twitter – an internet service that allows users to post "tweets" for their followers to see updates in real-time
  3.      LinkedIn – a networking website for the business community that allows users to create professional profiles, post resumes, and communicate with other professionals and job-seekers.
  4.      Pinterest – an online community that allows users to display photos of items found on the web by "pinning" them and sharing ideas with others.
  5.      Snapchat – an app for mobile devices that allows users to send and share photos of themselves doing their daily activities.

Social media technologies take many different forms including blogsbusiness networksenterprise social networksforumsmicroblogsphoto sharingproducts/services reviewsocial bookmarkingsocial gamingsocial networksvideo sharing, and virtual worlds.[15] The development of social media started off with simple platforms such as[18] Unlike instant messaging clients such as ICQ and AOL's AIM, or chat clients like IRC, iChat or Chat Television, was the first online business that was created for real people, using their real names. However, the first social networks were short-lived because their users lost interest. The Social Network Revolution has led to the rise of the networking sites. Research[19] shows that the audience spends 22 percent of their time on social networking sites, thus proving how popular social media platforms have become. This increase is because of the smart phones that are now in the daily lives of most humans.


Social Media Policy

 We at RMCL believe that below mention  rules and conducts should be followed to represent your business at rmcl on Social media. 

  • Using RMCL Logo and its product image or management Image : we do not authorize any member or an individual to use Rmcl logo on any social platform withoutprior approval from the RMCL Head office (HO)
  • Making of website: all website made by an individual should be submitted at RMCL for review and approval head office before going live.
  • PAGE Name. We do not allow any individual to use product name or company name to name the page on any social media.
  • Adding a friend. An individual is allowed to send friend request to only known individual or know via reference.
  • Business plan We stickily advise to use the plan, which is provided by the company, and not to use any lucrative words to proposal to attract customer.
  • Product Claims: Product claim must be accurate and bot bogus. It is advisable to make claims, which is given by the company to be used outside for sale.
  • Uploading a Video:  Any video, which contains any RMCL logo, management video, business plan or product, should be submitted to Rmcl HO for approval and review.
  • Avoid Cross team: it is advisable to consult your up line if incase you are being contacted by a cross team member on social media.  Do not use social media for big discussion or an argument.   It is better to look and company success then a team success as if company grown everyone grows.


On violation of any above rule management can take cohesive action including but not limited to financial penalty, termination of distributorship or as deemed fit by the disciplinary committee.


[1] Definition taken from