How would your team handle social media in a crisis?
from Helpful Digital
Our downloadable guide to creating your crisis communications plan sets out five areas to work on: initiation, roles, logistics, building your response and, content and messaging
Make sure you are aware, prepared, and confident to handle any crisis on any channel, including TikTok.
A template to help you to map out the risks your organisation could face this Winter. What is likely? What poses the greatest risk? And don’t be afraid to be overly apocalyptic.
How you can ensure your team is well placed to manage an extended crisis response.
How you can prepare to manage a crisis, including a downloadable check list.
Do you know the difference between sock puppets and bots and the level of risk they post? Find out more about the different types of fake news.
Accessible social media means simple changes to the way you post to social media. These simple changes can make a huge difference for anyone with a disability.
Listening is often how you’ll first hear about potential crises. It’s how you know you’re reaching the right audiences and an opportunity for engagement.
New social media and digital channels are launched all the time, but does your organisation need to be on all of them? How do you decide whether to sign up or steer clear?
The key questions to ask before setting up someone senior on social media
A Facebook Group can be a rich place to get answers to questions, get feedback from a niche audience, and myth bust.
Whether you are a team of three or three hundred there are some key steps you can take to keep your social media accounts secure.
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