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Best of 2019: Government Emails

How the Top Communicators Beat the Benchmarks

What are the best government communicators doing with email marketing to better inform, engage, and compel citizen action?

To help you understand what’s working in 2019, we rounded up amazing examples from local, state, and federal organizations along with helpful context: subject lines and send times.

So download now and start clicking around to find out how teams are beating email benchmarks in our 2019 Civic Engagement Benchmark Report and taking government communication to the next level.

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