Navy Live received a warm welcome from the community NavyTimes ScoopDeck: Longtime Scoop Deck readers may remember that we told you about Navy Live, as it’s called, not long after the Deck itself was first stood up… Well, it’s back, with a debut post by Navy Secretary Ray Mabus and pix and links and everything. O’Reilly Radar: U.S. Navy started blogging this week, at navylive.dodlive.mil Information Dissemination: I also apologize ahead of time that I will not be around for several more weeks. No worries though, because the Navy now has an official blog.
Now that we have their attention …THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SET THE AGENDA. You can start the conversation on your command’s important issues.
Purpose of Navy Live blog Post aligned content on a weekly basis authored by Navy content SMEs andCommanderswith authority on current, relevant Navy topic Serve as conversational communication platform for Navy leadership as needed/desired Provide a means to engage with stakeholders and shape conversation on Navy issues through posts and comments Serve as Navy’s voice in the blogosphere is an extension of Navy.mil
How can you post to Navy Live? Send an email to CDR McIlnay detailing: Desired topic you wish to write about Why this topic is timely and relevant to Navy stakeholders Author of the post Desired date for post to be published (please provide a 2-week window) You will receive a response either confirming your request or stating the reason we can not confirm your request at this time Draft post & deliver to CDR McIlnay by submission deadline (Please be aware that we may come back with edits if necessary) Monitor and respond to comments on your post email@example.com If confirmed, you will receive: Submission deadline Expected post date Any additional details for the post
Post submission requirements Military spouse day is May 7 (timely) and Navy spouse Leslie Hicks has been an Ombudsman for 10 years (relevant) Timelyandrelevant content Clear and self-explanatory title Length of post: 300-500 words Willingness to monitor and respond to comments- Authors are responsible for monitoring and responding to comments as necessary and appropriate (don’t worry, we’re here to help!) Include compelling multimedia(with official caption)
Get your Commander on the calendar and schedule a blog post today! LT Kaye Sweetser Acting Deputy, Emerging Media Integration CHINFO firstname.lastname@example.org (O)703-695-6915 CDR Scott McIlnay, APR Director, Emerging Media Integration CHINFO email@example.com (O)703-692-4718