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Iceland’s ‘Open Source’ Constitution

Iceland’s ‘Open Source’ Constitution

Posted on 03 Nov 2015 in Blog, Crisis | 0 comments

You will have heard about Iceland putting bankers in jail for bringing the country to its knees. I found out last night that the country voted for a new Constitution so that the crisis they faced would never happen again. Blueberry Soup Film was screened at the Grassmarket Community Project which included a Q&A with […]

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Resilience web page for managing a Crisis or Incident

Posted on 26 Aug 2014 in Crisis | 0 comments

Prepare, Promote, Respond When your business is faced with an incident or situation where transparency or only certified facts will sway a mass of rumour or negative sentiment for your product or brand sometimes the only way forward is the promotion of a webpage that you manage. A page that allows for public comments, a […]

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Linkedin – Crisis Management in Social Media

Posted on 04 Jun 2013 in Crisis, Marketing | 0 comments

Why the LinkedIn Logo? Simple – Social Tailor runs the only group on LinkedIn dedicated to managing a CRISIS on social media – it’s been running for over two years and has participants from all over the world. It has become a hub for people to share and learn from their own and others mistakes. […]

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Child Abduction, Embezzlement, Suicide all in a day’s work!

Posted on 19 Mar 2013 in Crisis | 0 comments

Today I was at a networking event which I’ve not found the need to attend for a long time but this one was convenient – at a time and place that suited the walk home from work. Due to the nature of the majority of our business: Crisis Management in Social Media we have to […]

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300,000 Likes to confirm distaste on Facebook

Posted on 08 Nov 2012 in Crisis | 6 comments

What alert system do you employ to ensure when something hits your social media stream (Facebook, Twitter etc) you react quickly enough to nip it in the bud? Typically these events happen between 7pm and 10pm on a Friday evening and remain unchecked all weekend – this one was a Friday but only 9 minutes […]

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