7 Reasons You Need A Crisis Communication Plan Today

 

A crisis communication plan is designed to do one thing: Provide everyone with a roadmap when the business gets a bit of negative news – including work accidents, public incidents, poor reviews, negative social media reactions, hate mail, and more. You can target specifically at social media disasters, at hacks or theft, at specific work events, or whatever your "crisis" may include. But your business should at least have an online component to avoid some of the bad publicity fallout! Here are the top reasons why a crisis communication plan is more important than ever.

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The New Digital PR Roadmap: How to Secure Earned Media

Is your business struggling to align “traditional” PR tactics like pitching reporters with digital PR best practices like engaging influencers and brand evangelists on social media? You’re not alone. Simply staying on top of digital marketing changes can be a huge challenge for SMBs, not to mention putting best practices into action!

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Digital PR Strategy 101: Building Media Lists and Pitching Stories

Is traditional PR dead? For decades, public relations success was measured by your ability to pitch a reporter and secure earned media coverage on the TV, radio or in newspapers and magazines. Today, we read most of our news online through news websites, apps, and our social media feeds. Social media and industry blogs have created a new platform for directly reaching customers, in many cases circumventing the need to “pitch” a reporter. But don’t write off the benefits of working reporters just yet!

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