10 social media marketing tips for businesses
Social media should be a key piece in your brand’s marketing strategy, but it’s not a one-size-fits-all product. Here are ten tips for how your business should use these channels.
SocialWeaver lets you easily manage user permissions to suit your team's setup and structure. There are three roles, each a set of permissions assigned to a user at the Organization, Channel, or Employee Group level. This way, every team member gets the appropriate access to the channels and groups they need.
Organization roles encompass all administrative permissions you can delegate to a user, along with billing and broad team management responsibilities. We categorize these predefined roles into three main types: Owner, Admin, and User. The following table shows the permissions assigned to each role.
The default role for newly invited users is User. The person inviting other users can change this role to Admin or Owner, provided that they themselves hold a role of the same or higher level. For instance, an Admin can assign either the Admin or User role when inviting new users but cannot assign the Owner role, as it's a higher-level role.
Channel roles, assigned per channel to each user, enhance control over your social channels. They come in three predefined types: Full Publishing, Read Only, and No Access.
|Permission||Full Publishing||Read Only||No Access|
Employee group roles, assigned per group to each user. They come in three predefined types: Content Curator, Read Only, and No Access.
|Permission||Content Curator||Read Only||No Access|
|Assign Employees to Groups||X||X|
Users without the Content Curator role for a certain group cannot select that group or its member employees when sharing content.