High Alert Pix

Deliver high-impact, image-based emergency alerts.

High Alert Pix allows EMNS providers to convert text-only alerts to high-impact, image-based alerts with custom graphics and branding. Pix images can be use in conjuction with Page and Ping, or can be used with Post to add visual impact to alerts posted on social media channels.

High Alert Page

Crash-proof emergency information pages that provide more context for your alerts.

As emergencies unfold, the public and media look for immediate information and constant updates. Regular websites can’t keep up. With Page, you post a record of your alerts and additional safety information on a highly-available, crash-proof page. A source of truth that can take millions of hits.

A High Alert Page can be a dynamically generated, long-form URL (like on.highalert.co/aBcDef, or a custom-branded sub-domain URL (like mybiz.highalert.co) that is a placeholder for all your High Alert messages.

High Alert Post

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Post your image-based Pix alerts to Snap, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and other social media channels or content management systems as eye-catching images instead of plain text.

High Alert Ping

A "more info" URL shortener for your SMS alerts.

Do you need more than 160 characters in your emergency alert? Dennis Mileti, a renowned disaster researcher, suggests that 360 characters is optimal to convey better alert messages that elicit more comprehension and action from people who receive the alerts.

High Alert Ping produces a shortcut URL that you can include in your 160-character SMS message to link out to more critical emergency information. It is used in conjuction with Pix, Page and Post to extend alert content and improve alert comprehension.