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What Domino’s Pizza Can Teach You About Dealing With A Twitter Crisis

Does Your Company Have A Twitter Crisis Plan?

How would you react to someone bad-mouthing your brand on Twitter? Or an irate customer? Or a complete PR meltdown?

It isn’t nice to think that things might go horribly, horribly wrong, but as the old maxim goes: “hope for the best, but plan for the worst.” Here’s how to do the latter.

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Twitter Emergency Alerts Now Available In The U.S., UK, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Australia And Brazil

Twitter Emergency Alerts Now Available In The U.S., UK, Ireland, Japan, Korea, Australia And Brazil

Twitter’s Alerts service, the emergency broadcast system which launched back in September, has rolled out to Australia and Brazil. Alongside the U.S., UK, Ireland, Japan and Korea, this brings the total number of countries with coverage to seven.

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Twitter’s Emergency Service Alerts Come To The UK And Ireland

Twitter's Emergency Service Alerts Come To The UK And Ireland

Twitter’s Alerts service, the emergency broadcast system which launched back in September in the U.S., Japan and Korea, is now available in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

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New Twitter Alerts Service Provides Critical Information In Real Time During National Emergencies

New Twitter Alerts Service Provides Critical Information In Real Time During National EmergenciesTwitter has launched a new broadcast system that will allow users to receive important information and updates from creditable organisations during emergencies and national disasters.

Called Twitter Alerts, the opt-in service already has the support of a number of public institutions and non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the U.S., Japan and Korea, with plans to expand the platform to other countries soon.

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