This webinar is designed for animal shelter representatives who utilize social media and want to learn how to communicate effectively with community members before, during and after disaster-related events, through social networking platforms, on the following topics:
- The differences and benefits of 3 different top social networking platforms to use in an emergency or Disaster-Related Event (Facebook, Twitter, and WhatsApp)
- The importance of developing an Emergency or Crisis Communication Plan
- The significance of approvals for shared images and videos, internal and external control policies.
- Tips for creating educational graphics to promote on social media before disaster-related events happen, helping the community become familiar with being prepared
- Gain familiarity in developing and producing accurate information from sources during an emergency or disaster-related event, including use of appropriate hashtags
- Learn techniques for answering questions from the public in a concise, standard language, through the use of effective, combined methodologies
- Efficient techniques to track information posted
- Importance of creating and using sharable graphics
- Animal Reunification: Best practices and proven methodologies during and after a disaster-related event
- Posts that could help gain the attention of grantors and donors to assist organizations in a time of need
- Importance of coordination with Government, State and/or County Organizations
- Useful techniques regarding backup plan(s) in case of power outages
- Capturing lessons learned and moving forward after a disaster-related event
Other Webinars with this Speaker:
- Jan18: Intro to Social Media Marketing for Animal Shelters
- April 7: Social Media & Disaster-Related Events for Animal Shelters (this webinar)
- Aug 11: Social Listening for Social Content for Animal Shelters
- Nov 1: Online Reputation Management for Animal Shelters
- Feb 7: Social Media Marketing Strategies for Animal Shelters
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The National Animal Care & Control Association (NACA) was formed in 1978 for the express purpose of assisting its members to perform their duties in a professional manner. We believe only carefully selected and properly trained animal control personnel can correct community problems resulting from irresponsible animal ownership. NACA’s purpose is to preserve the Human/Animal Bond by insisting on responsible animal ownership.