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Social media rules of engagement : why your online narrative is the best weapon during a crisis

Author: Nicole Matejic
Publisher: Milton, Qld. : John Wiley & Sons Australia, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Avoid becoming a #PRFail with a solid social media strategy Social Media Rules of Engagement guides you in the development of a bullet-proof social media strategy. You can manage any crisis effectively by having a plan before you actually need one and by understanding and influencing your audience with military precision. This original, engaging, and informative text with case studies from the coalface offers you  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Case studies
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nicole Matejic
ISBN: 9780730322252 0730322254
OCLC Number: 903632159
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xviii, 212 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. Rules of engagement. Social media crisis communications : a seismic shift in the risk profile ; Ready, aim ... misfire : why you must be social media data savvy ; The hurt locker : getting inside is easy; escaping an art --
Mission recon : why knowing your audience is critical to success ; Classified is : is your enemy an adversary or an opportunity? ; Socially transmitted disasters (STDs) : the clap (#PRFail) is now more contagious than ever ; Target acquired : social engineering and what it means for you and your organization ; Social media information operations : much more than military propaganda ; Lie to me : why you can't fool your social media audience ; Lessons from an inferno : how to be #SocialFirefighter© ; The social grapevine : why seeing shouldn't always be believing on social media ; From battlefield to boardroom : the art of social media influence --
pt. II. The plan is to have a plan before you need a plan.
Responsibility: Nicole Matejic.
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Avoid becoming a #PRFail with a solid social media strategy Social Media Rules of Engagement guides you in the development of a bullet-proof social media strategy. You can manage any crisis effectively by having a plan before you actually need one and by understanding and influencing your audience with military precision. This original, engaging, and informative text with case studies from the coalface offers you the tools you need to avoid scandal and media crises, and to learn how to leverage social media, big data, and influence in your communications strategies. Social media has established itself as a critical part of any external communications strategy but the very nature of social media leads to crises that organisations are not always prepared to face. To execute an effective social media strategy, you need to build influence, while leveraging the data that supports a targeted approach. This innovative guide focuses on how to create a holistic social media strategy, and how to defend your organization from social media crisis. Develop a risk management strategy that protects your social media interactions around the clock Avoid common mistakes by reading case studies of business faux pas and learning exactly what not to do in a crisis Cultivate influence both in the boardroom and on the information battlefield by defining your story and knowing your audience segments Leverage digital interactivity features to enrich the content in the book Social Media Rules of Engagement is an integral resource to guide your social strategy toward success.

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