September 25, 2012: Social Media. In a Crisis - Can you Harness the Power?
- Published on September 26, 2012
- Written by Mike McClain, Senior Web Designer & Site Manager
A survey exploring social media and crisis planning was conducted with 251 members of the Public Relations Society of America. Nearly half of respondents (48%) said they have incorporated social media into their crisis plans. There is no doubt that social media has deeply affected the way that communication is conducted globally, professionally and individually.
Join crisis communications expert Dr. Robert Chandler, author of the book Emergency Notification, and Imad Mouline, Chief Strategy Officer, Everbridge to learn more about how social media is changing incident management and what that means for your crisis response plan.
Attend this webcast to learn about:
This webinar is free, but
Join us Wednesday, October 10, 2012 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EDT
Everyone knows how important it is for organizations to have the ability to quickly send emergency notification to a few hundred (or to hundreds of thousands) of recipients. However, it's also important for organizations to allow those recipients to check for messages proactively.
Join this web-based round table discussion and learn from three industry experts as they discuss the many operational applications for inbound notification including how it:
Reduces strain on system administrators and agents
Helps control the message
Is enhances crisis communication for corporations, organizations, governments, emergency personnel/first-responders, and more.
Charting the Course To True Resiliency
There is no conference that offers as much for the low registration fee. Attendees are led by industry experts, gain one-on-one interaction with speakers, and make invaluable networking contacts. Return to your office with the equivalent of hundreds of hours of training and the knowledge to implement solutions!