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On Thursday, December 20th, the President signed the 21st Century Digital Experience Act (21st Century IDEA) into law – a bill that will transform the federal government’s digital service delivery through website modernization, improved accessibility, and the adoption of digital forms and signatures to ultimately prioritize the citizen experience.
21st Century IDEA requirements include:
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The role of social media in crisis communications
In a crisis, social media’s role is much larger and more complex than simply checking Facebook’s Crisis Response tool. 55% of Americans get their news from social media. Meanwhile, first-person accounts and opinions from regular people break news, shape narratives, and influence opinion.
For teams working at the center of a crisis, social platforms are one of the top ways to get authoritative information to the population, fast.
And for those of us operating farther from the crisis, social media is how people connect and make sense of tragedy. Brands can’t ignore these conversations, but participation must be approached with care.
So, when the world’s in a tailspin, what role does social media play in a crisis communications plan?
In short, social media isn’t just where you say you’re helping, but it’s also where you find out how you can help, and, in many cases, roll up your sleeves and get to work.
Whatever crisis we face, we all hope that after it passes, we’ll come out changed for the better. On social media, that means strengthening trust and connections with our audience for the long term.
What does that look like? Here are Hootsuite’s 10 tips for communicating on social media during a crisis or emergency.
October 29, 2020 at 1:00 PM ET