Social Media: An explanation for public organizations (Part One)

Posted by monicarolevans on September 20, 2009 at 5:11 pm.

 

Social Media. Does your organization need it?

 Do you have customers, clients, or citizens or other audiences with which you want to communicate?

 Do you wish your message could reach a wider audience?

 Do you sometimes need to get information disseminated quickly?

 Are you looking to engage and enable your base? 

Do  you want to build a community?

 

If you answered “YES” to any of these questions, you need social media.

 

Click here to watch an amazing video: Social Media Revolution

Social media is the future of communication. People who would otherwise be at your meetings are now online. You have be BE where they are.  Other governments and non-profits are starting to pay attention to social media. Look here, here, here, here, here and here

A look at what Fairfax County is tweeting about.

 

Screen print captured on 9/20/2009

Screen print captured on 9/20/2009

 

 Or Mayor Gavin Newsome

 

Screen print captured 9/21/2009

Screen print captured 9/21/2009

 These and other public officials are starting to use the  power of social media to keep their constituents informed about their programs, events and ideas.

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