5 Posts to Help you Manage Twitter in a Crisis

twitter_logoNick Cicero of Social Fresh recently wrote a post on how nearly one in every five internet users are now on Twitter. Combining this fact with the amount of Twitter “mistakes”, hacks, hijackings, and more that we continue to witness (and many brands continue to experience first hand),  I thought I’d take the time to bring some really important Twitter resources to the forefront.

First and foremost, if you experience anything from a hacked account to Twitter impersonation to a lost password, and everything in between, this is the page you need to have saved in your bookmarks.

Apart from that, the following are 5 blog posts that will help you manage Twitter in a crisis.

5 posts to help you manage twitter in a crisis

Safe tweeting everyone!

Melissa Agnes is an international crisis management keynote speaker and consultant. President of the crisis management firm Agnes + Day, Melissa has developed a worldwide reputation for crisis management, planning and training by helping global brands and government agencies prevent and manage a wide range of issues and crises. She is also the editor of The Crisis Intelligence Blog and host of The Crisis Intelligence Podcast.

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