Who We Work With
U.S. Census Bureau counts on digital messages to maximize public connections
The Bureau worked to further expand engagement through offering additional topical updates - realizing 166-percent growth in subscriptions - and creating opportunities for ongoing direct engagement by citizens through its four blogs.
Kitsap County Providing enhanced service to citizens through real-time information updates
Representatives from Kitsap County leveraged the annual KitsapCounty Fair to increase subscribers, speaking with residents about KENS and encouraging those who hadn’t already subscribed to sign up for email or text notifications, as well as ‘like’ the County’s Facebook page.
Government Portals Reaching More People to Meet Mission Goals and Add Value
To strengthen their overall communication efforts and more effectively meet mission objectives, GSA sought to increase the size of its audience by 50% in just 120 days. GSA also wanted to increase total email opens and total click-throughs for each of the sites by 50%.
Ocean City Uses Digital Communications Platform to Keep Residents Safe
During the 2011 hurricane season, the Town of Ocean City witnessed firsthand the devastating impact of Hurricane Irene as it traveled up the Eastern seaboard. Ultimately, the storm caused 47 deaths in the U.S. and more than $15 billion in damage.
WSCC: Furthering Government Communications with Integrated, Digital Tools
West Sussex County Council faced a challenge common to many government organisations: It had a large populace to serve but was hampered by outdated communications tools that took too long to prepare and served too few residents.