PIO message –
Friendly reminder: REAL weather predictions should be based from real science (like our professionals from the National Weather Service @NWS)…not a fugly little fat groundhog on one-single day.
C’mon peeps! Common sense right?!?
Here’s my second observation with SnapChat’s #Spectacles
Additionally, I am sure you are downloading your content in HD so that drains the battery even more because you are transferring it over bluetooth.
Sucking it dry…with social media.
More tomorrow peeps.
Midway through the second week in 2014 National Preparedness Month!
“Be Disaster Aware, Take Action to Prepare”
It’s Wicked Wednesdays because bad weather is coming!
This week’s theme is consistent with FEMA’s National Preparedness Campaign: Know How To plan for specific needs before a Disaster.
#10: Know the your current weather outlook by using a NOAA NWS Weather Radio #NatlPrep #Prepared2014
Don’t forget to program your weather radio too! Because weather affects everyone, plan and anticipate adverse weather by having your weather radio ready!
(And if you happen to be in the Cleveland area = 162.550mHz SAME#039035)
Why am I talking about weather radios?
Be safe…because this is about to hit us here in NE Ohio.
I had a thought this AM..I need to provide you more public safety social media tips. And since you only have 30 seconds to spare, maybe less, I’ll keep it very short.
SO, here’s part-1 of my top 6 SM tips for public safety professionals / Public Information Officers (PIOs). And yes, it’s free for you.
@rusnivek Social Media Tip-1: Post it first (because they don’t interview the runner-up).
If you don’t post it first, someone else will be first to tell your story.
And that’s going to suck…because only you tell your story the best.
It only takes a few minutes to tell your story.
It takes a TON of money and time to fix the wrong story, and then to tell it right.
To put things in perspective, “There are no points for second place.”
Tip-1: Post it first (because they don’t interview the runner-up).