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Engagement through social networking

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Slides for my talk for Public Sector Forums on 4/12/08.

Slides for my talk for Public Sector Forums on 4/12/08.

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  • 1. Social Networking and other Tools of Engagement Dave Briggs www. d avepress.net
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  • 4. Mobiles on, please!
  • 5. Networkers (less than) anonymous
  • 6. Me and planning
  • 7. Getting beyond the usual suspects
  • 8. Let’s make things less boring!
  • 9. Listen Acknowledge Create Share
  • 10. Real engagement isn’t about tech
  • 11. If you build it, they won’t come
  • 12. New media doesn’t kill old media
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  • 14. Creators Critics Collectors Joiners Spectators Inactives
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  • 17. What I did
    • Identify the enthusiastic people
    • Ensure the medium exists for the content & the individual
    • Cross post
    • Low barriers to entry
    • Bug people!
    • Plug shamelessly
  • 18. What the public sector are doing
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  • 32. www.localgov.pbwiki.com
  • 33. http://sandbox.dius.gov.uk/digitalgovuk/
  • 34. If you don’t do it, someone else will
  • 35. What the someone elses are doing
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  • 42. Things to do Stop blocking
  • 43. Things to do Get a decent browser
  • 44. Things to do Put RSS and email subs on your site
  • 45. Things to do Figure out what it is you actually want to do
  • 46. Things to do See how you can use other sites
  • 47. Things to do Prototype
  • 48. Things to do Read my blog