Social Media Guidelines and Netiquette
As mentioned on our About Us page Get Covered America is here to have a conversation with you about the upcoming health care options created by the Affrodable Care Act (ACA). So, of course, that means we’re on social media channels too. We encourage you to like our Facebook page and follow us on Twitter so we can continue these healthy conversations (pun intended).
Please Note: Each one of our social media outlets are meant to complement and foster Get Covered America’s nonpartisan, grassroots campaign of getting the word out to consumers about the upcoming changes in health reform as it impacts millions of American families. Our team is focused on raising public awareness and providing you with helpful, unbiased, no-nonsense information that points you in the right direction.
In other words, this not the place for political debates. Therefore, we kindly ask that you be respectful of others while commenting on any of our social networking channels, and abide by each channel’s corresponding Community Guidelines, which are linked below.
Launching personal or political attacks, disseminating deliberate misinformation, and using foul language will not be tolerated. Those who continue to do so will be blocked from posting and reported to the appropriate administrators.
To our supporters, we offer the old Internet adage: Don’t Feed the Trolls. Your best bet is to report any inappropriate activity or suspicious profile using the Report Abuse button, and let our admin handle it appropriately.
Thanks for helping to ensure that each of our social media channels remain a pleasant experience for everyone.
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