Attend the Social Media Crisis Seminar at Fully Booked, BGC

Attend the Social Media Crisis Seminar at Fully Booked, BGC
Gain insights from top industry heads and learn how to deal with social media crisis like a pro

[NOTE: The following is a press release from Writer’s Block Philippines]

MANILA, Philippines – If you’re a typical tech-savvy business owner, you rely on social media platforms to engage with your customers.

Platforms such as Facebook and Instagram are cost effective, wide-reaching and offer an instantaneous connection with your followers. Unfortunately, there are times when a negative post, comment or photo can go viral, which leads you into dealing with a social media crisis. 

While many businesses develop social media campaigns for marketing and brand building purposes, many of which don’t craft a back-up social media crisis management plan thinking it is unecessary and expensive.

To help big and small businesses manage the social media landscape, Writer’s Block Philippines will be holding a seminar entitled, “Social Media Crisis: How to Manage, Ways to Avoid” on Saturday, October 15 from 1pm to 6pm at Fully Booked, Bonifacio Global City.

The seminar will train participants on how to work within existing budgets in setting up a social media crisis management team, plan how to prevent social media crisis and how to manage them with corporate reputations intact.

The seminar brings together social media mavens Jason Cruz, McCann Business Lead Director for MRM/McCann Manila and IIDM Certified Digital Marketer program lecturer, and Dante Gagelonia, a communications consultant for Puzzled Owl, a creative enterprise of writers and editors.

If you work in the field of communications and other related fields, attending this training event will be beneficial in keeping you, your company or your business ahead of the game in social media crisis management.

The event is brought to you by Writer’s Block Philippines, an organization that helps individuals and organizations become more effective communicators through public workshops and customized corporate trainings. 

For inquiries, call or text (0917) 397 9927 or email writersblock.ph@gmail.com. You may also visit their website here– Rappler.com

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