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How to Recover From a Social Media Disaster


Rebekah Radice

Written By: Rebekah Radice is a Social Media Expert and founder of RadiantLA, a training and development company helping business with their social media presence. From email and list building to content and social media, my goal is to help you maximize, prioritize, and monetize your online efforts.


Weíve all seen it happen. Social media mistakes that end in disaster.

Whether itís an ill-timed post, poorly thought-out joke, a badly planned marketing campaign, or political comments, a social media crisis can strike anytime and anywhere.

Do you know how youíll recover when a social media disaster hits your business?

How to Recover From a Social Media Disaster

1. Assess the Situation

When disaster strikes, a knee-jerk reaction is never the right action. While your response time to a social media disaster is critical, itís important to first take a moment and assess the situation.

Gather your team, discuss the problem openly, and answer a few questions.

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