Social Media Guidelines

At SpaKinect, we are well aware of how online social computing platforms—such as blogs, wikis, social networks, and all sorts of social media both inside and outside the company—are transforming the way we interact. Online collaboration enables people to share knowledge and ideas regardless of rank, title, or experience. It’s a way for us to take part in conversations around the work we do at SpaKinect and show our expertise in these areas.

This policy has been developed for all members and clients of the company to follow whenever contributing to online social computing platforms where there are references to or a potential impact on SpaKinect.


Please bear in mind that your readers, due to a lack of non-verbal communication or cultural differences, may interpret the tone you use online in different ways. Some participants may not be familiar with abbreviations, emoticons, and other common codes used in online communication. Remember also that comments are often taken out of context, so stick to the facts.

SpaKinect participates in the following social media channels: 1) SpaKinect Blog, 2) SpaKinect on Facebook, 3) SpaKinect on LinkedIn, 4) SpaKinect on Pinterest, 5) SpaKinect on Twitter. The primary objective of these social media channels is to foster direct, relevant conversations with the many public audiences of SpaKinect around the nation including influencers, customers, partners, and colleagues. 

General Recommendations for Cross-Promotions

  • Follow @SpaKinect on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, and Twitter.

  • Add a comment to an existing post from SpaKinect.

  • If you support or agree with a post or an element on any of our pages, click “Like”.

  • Comment or share SpaKienct content such as news or items from the SpaKinect Blog, Twitter feed, white papers, or other resources, and include the URL.

  • Share and celebrate SpaKinect public successes.

  • Share your enthusiasm for upcoming events or reflect and share photos or videos from joint activities. 


Company shall cause Influencer to grant to Company and to Brand Affiliates a limited, non-exclusive, royalty-free, right and license to feature Content generated by the Influencer as part of the Campaign (including influencer’s name and likeness) on Company’s and Brand Affiliates owned and controlled social media platforms and within third-party digital and broadcast platforms and print platforms including but are not limited to: ad networks, email marketing, paid search listings, television, radio, newspapers, magazines and brochures, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, and website blogs for a period of twelve (12) months.