http://blog.tsa.gov/http://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=2336044328955501444&postID=5813909001904047218http://blog.tsa.gov/2010/11/moderation-of-blog-tsa-delete-o-meter.htmlBlogger Bob writes:When moderating, we work from oldest to newest comments. … In my dream world, I would have a command center with a moderation team. But the reality is that while TSA does have some folks who are able to assist; at times I am the only one moderating the blog, so your patience is greatly appreciated. “Since January of 2008, we have received a total of 41,389 comments.”“We received nearly a million visits this month” – Blogger Bob, Nov. 201010/27/2011#gov#blog#dialog#jaimy
http://boeingblogs.com/randy/archives/2010/06/5_years_time.htmlOctober 27, 2011#blog #dialog #defense # military #b2b #christine“Boeing launched this “experiment” in the early weeks of 2005, when blogs were a relatively new medium. In the corporate world, it was virtually uncharted territory. We were one of only a small handful of major companies dipping our feet into the waters of executive blogs.We certainly thought we could make Randy’s Journal into something, but at the time we weren’t exactly sure what that might be. Well, I think that as we celebrate 5+ years of blogging, it’s clear that we’ve exceeded even our own expectations.We’ve posted about 450 entries and thousands of comments. Over time our blog has evolved into a really effective medium to interact and share with our own employees and retirees as well as our customers and stakeholders and of course, all of the aviation enthusiasts around the world.”
http://www.serve.gov/http://www.serve.gov/share.asphttp://www.serve.gov/link.aspServe.gov is an online resource for not only finding volunteer opportunities in your community, but also creating your own. Through United We Serve’s website you can create your own service project; register your project and recruit volunteers; find a local volunteer opportunity that matches your interests; or share a story about your volunteer work.Serve.gov offers toolkits with advice for starting projects in education, health, community renewal, and energy and the environment.Serve.gov is managed by the Corporation for National and Community Service. The Corporation for National and Community Service is the federal agency that improves lives, strengthens communities, and fosters civic engagement through service and volunteering. Serve.gov is also supplemented with a Serve.gov Twitter account and Facebook presence that includes a volunteer opportunity-search application.10/27/2011#gov#community#advocate#jaimy
Transcript of "GSMI Social Media Strategies Summit Closing Keynote"
1 Putting It Into Practice: Proven Approaches To SocialGSMI Social Media Strategies SummitFebruary 9, 2012Chris SilvaIndustry Analyst