5 Reasons You Should Attend GovDelivery’s Annual Digital Communications Summit

“Citizen experience” has been a popular buzzword recently, spawning new challenges and questions for government agencies. So what exactly is the citizen experience, and why should public sector teams care about it? Read more to find out.

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The changing face of Facebook: What orgs should do now that organic reach is ending

Recent policy updates could mean the end of organic social media marketing on Facebook. Find out how you can shift your digital strategy so you don’t miss a beat.      Last November, Facebook announced that beginning in January of 2015, it will limit the amount of “overly promotional” posts that show up organically in… Read more »


Digital Engagement Strategy Series: Tell a Story (4)

By John Simpson, Engagement Consultant at GovDelivery There are a few basic components that anyone can leverage when beginning to develop the framework for their digital engagement strategy or evaluate an existing one. This blog series will go into each of these basics reviewed in our webinar on Stakeholder Engagement in Federal Government to provide… Read more »


Connecting your website and email communications to build stakeholder relationships

By Lucas Pillman, Implementation Consultant For most public sector organizations, just having a website is not enough when it comes to engaging stakeholders and increasing stakeholder satisfaction. Government communicators need to be constantly driving traffic to that website through multiple channels so that their mission-driven content is consistently being engaged with and used by stakeholders.… Read more »


Driving mission impact with a more engaged stakeholder base – an ONS case study

As a government agency, serving your stakeholders is at the core of your mission. You have information that your citizens need, and it’s your job as a communicator to get it to them. But getting the right information to the right people at the right time isn’t as simple as sending a letter anymore. While… Read more »