Date: Mar 25, 2015
Speakers: Michelle Aquilar & Erin Hargrove
Public Health Checkup: How Public Health Teams Promote Services and Increase Public Awareness
6 Digital Engagement Trends for 2015
12 Tips to Transform Your Virtual Training and Events
Leveraging Data-Driven Tactics for Increased Outreach & Engagement
Check out our event schedule and find out where we'll be next. We love talking to government employees, so if we're in your neighborhood, please find us and say hi.
Or stay right at your desk and catch one of our webinars to see what GovDelivery and our clients are saying about the latest trends in integrated digital communications, from email to social media and more.
Join us on March 25th to learn how your organization can:
This webinar will provides trends and tips for digital engagement success in 2015, including insights into the priorities and roadblocks of government workers just like you! Watch to learn:
In this interactive online experience, we :
If you're currently responsible for hosting webinars or moving in-person events and training on the web, you'll want to watch this 60 minute where we demonstrate and reveal our secrets to success.
Learn how FWC leveraged audience data and a multi-channel outreach strategy to transform its one-way communications into a two-way conversation with an engaged digital audience. As a result, FWC is able to connect with the right people at the right time with the right message. See how they did it.
Be a part of the largest gathering of Federal communications professionals in the country at this year’s 8th Annual Federal Communications Summit. You’ll connect with hundreds of your colleagues, learn from the brightest pioneering minds in big data, and leave with real-world data strategies your agency can start using today to make a difference.
What new technology trends, communications best practices, stakeholder engagement strategies, and more are your peers in federal government implementing? There’s never been a better time to find out. Check out the expert panel session with government communicators from the USDA Center for Nutrition Policy and Promotion (ChooseMyPlate.gov) and Corporation for National and Community Service (NationalService.gov) as they discuss what’s working and what’s next in their communication efforts.