A Social Media FAQ for Government

Here are your burning social media questions answered: 1. What is the ideal length for video content? When it comes to short-form video apps like Vine or Snapchat, video content length is capped at 6 and 30 seconds respectively – making them ideal for organizations that don’t have a full media production team or those… Read more »




Facebook is Changing Its Game – Will You Change Yours?

By Amy Larsen, Client Success Consultant As a government communicator, how can you be sure you’re connecting with your audience with the continuously changing landscape in social media? A channel that is nearly ubiquitous in the world of online communications is Facebook. Boasting more than 1 billion monthly active users, Facebook continues to dominate the social… Read more »



Annual Federal Digital Communications Event by the Tweets

Despite a deluge of freezing rain and snow in Washington DC this week, GovDelivery’s annual Federal Digital Communications conference marched on. With more than 450 people tuning in via webcast and in-person, 6 speakers, 250+ tweets with an estimated impression of 1.2M people, and a lot of networking accompanied by a few bad weather horror… Read more »


Annual UK Conference by the Tweets

With more than 150 attendees, 9 speakers, 520+ tweets with an estimated reach of 90k people, and 1 hour of drinking and networking, the annual UK digital communications event adds up to a great success! Over the next few weeks we’ll take a deeper dive into each of the presentations given by local UK government… Read more »


Gov Goes Gram: Why Government Should Be Using Instagram

I am an admitted social media addict–I’m constantly connecting, checking and updating my various personal accounts. Although it’s been around for awhile now, lately I have found myself borderline obsessed with Instagram. It’s wonderfully engaging and combines the best parts of Facebook and Twitter through a constantly updated stream of photos. Instagram describes itself as… Read more »


3 Time-Saving Tips for Streamlining Communication

By Amy Larsen, Client Success Consultant Time is something that communicators never have enough of when it comes to their work: building their audiences, managing their brand, staying current with content, meeting the demands of their stakeholders, etc. Many times the government communicators I work with are  balancing an ever-expanding task list between a few key team… Read more »