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Originally Posted on Comm2Point0. By Dave Worsell, Director of Government Solutions at GovDelivery Europe. Every journey starts somewhere.  The easier the first step the faster it becomes to reach the destination. Here at GovDelivery we know we aren’t the final destination and we definitely aren’t one of the many distractions along the way.  However, we are one …
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By Angela Marinello, Implementation Specialist at GovDelivery We know that email is at the core of an effective communications strategy, but in the age of digital overload it’s tough to make your emails stand out in a crowded inbox. So, how do you craft more engaging and effective emails for your stakeholders? Here are four …
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At this year’s annual Digital Communications Tour stop in Washington DC, officials from three government agencies presented to hundreds of their peers on the latest innovations in digital communications in federal government. Below is a snapshot from the panel session highlighting Kent Politsch, Chief of Public Affairs for the USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA), and …
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By Lucas Pillman, Technical Implementation Consultant at GovDelivery Government communications that use the “COPE” mentality (create once, publish everywhere) not only survive but thrive with their audiences. By publishing content to multiple channels at once, public sector organizations can make sure that important information is always in front of their stakeholders no matter where they see …
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Recently we held a webinar with Martin Done, Service Director Communications and Marketing and Sarah Lay, Senior Digital Officer of Nottinghamshire County Council to discuss the Council’s new branding efforts and outreach to drive avoidable contact and channel shift initiatives. You can watch a replay of the webinar here.  Due to an overwhelming number of …
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Recently we held a webinar with Martin Done, Service Director Communications and Marketing and Sarah Lay, Senior Digital Officer of Nottinghamshire County Council to discuss the Council’s new branding efforts and outreach to drive avoidable contact and channel shift initiatives. You can watch a replay of the webinar here.  Due to an overwhelming number of …
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Emails are a critical part of almost any communication strategy. As government communicators, you’re putting time and effort into better connecting with your audience, so you want to ensure that your department’s emails are designed to encourage your stakeholders to take action and engage with your organization. What can you do to up your email …
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As a government communicator, you may have a significant list of customers that aren’t engaging with your communications. So, do you regularly go through your list of unengaged stakeholders and remove them from your digital communications efforts? Or do you attempt to re-engage with your stakeholders? The answers to both are probably not, but that …
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You can’t fit a square peg into a round hole, but as any toddler with an iron will and an overactive hammering arm will quickly demonstrate, you sure can try. For private sector companies, audiences can be broken down into neatly formulated shapes and sizes. If you want to market to the square pegs, utilize …
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By Lucas Pillman, Technical Implementation Consultant at GovDelivery Are you reposting the content of the emails you send to stakeholders on your website? If not, you are missing out on two important benefits that can easily upgrade your current communications: increased SEO and outreach.  Increased SEO  Search engines love to see original and new content …
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