Using Social Media in Disaster Planning and Response

Belmar, New Jersey's Experiences during Hurricane Sandy Offers a Successful Example

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Users have recognized the value of social media as a vital, reliable, and trustworthy business continuity and disaster recovery (BC/DR) channel. Social media is thus becoming a “must have” in a smart organization’s emergency communications toolbox.Case in point: Belmar, New Jersey, a small, popular seaside community on the Atlantic Ocean, located approximately 60 miles south of New York City.

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