Register Now for Upcoming #WebinarWednesday on Creating Successful Social Media Programs
Wednesday, January 11, 2017
Posted by: Chris Nussman
Connecting Your Community: Using Social Media to Your PSAP’s Advantage
Wednesday, January 25 | 3PM Eastern (live) or On-Demand
$50 for NENA Members | $85 for Non-Members
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Does your agency have a social media presence? Are you using resources like Facebook and Twitter to their fullest potential? In the age of the 24-hour news cycle, the ability to communicate directly with the people in your community that may be affected by traffic accidents, police activity, and other disruptive planned and unplanned events is vital. Join us for this hour-long interactive presentation where you will learn how to engage your community with social media posts that have a purpose and have fun doing it! We’ll discuss:
- The ground rules for implementing and running a social media program;
- How to create and manage content; and
- What makes for successful posts that help you get the word out AND engage your audience.
Presenter: Leah Hornacek - Grand Traverse (MI) 9-1-1
CEUs: Attend this webinar and receive one-half ENP re-certification point towards the ten-point maximum for NENA courses in the Professional Development CEU/Course Credits section.
Can't attend on the 25th? Register now and you will receive an email after the live presentation with instructions for accessing the on-demand webinar archive.
Webinar Access Info: Dial-in and web-access details will be provided to attendees via email the week of the webinar.
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The last Wednesday of each month (except November and December) is #WebinarWednesday! All ten webinars are available for a prepaid annual subscription of $250 for NENA members - a 50% savings compared to purchasing each webinar individually! Get the team together for these hour-long webinars covering the hottest issues in 9-1-1. 2017 topics include:
- Social media
- Recruiting and hiring
- Public education
- Constructive communications
- Succession planning
- Location accuracy
- Cultivating professionalism
- GIS and NG9-1-1
- Network evolution
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