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Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
Local Government and Social Media
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Local Government and Social Media

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This presentation was put on by Susan Price from FireCat Studio and myself (Kristen from Cubit) last Friday as part of the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association's Planning Services …

This presentation was put on by Susan Price from FireCat Studio and myself (Kristen from Cubit) last Friday as part of the Texas Chapter of the American Planning Association's Planning Services Track, Technology and Planning Session in San Antonio.

A synopsis of the session is as follows. Community planning has traditionally been a written report with few images. Is your local government organization effectively using internet to communicate with its citizenry? How do you find suitable services for providing the information and effectively move your plans to the internet? Citizens and public leaders are asking for more information and analysis. The traditional planning report cannot provide this data in a manageable format. There is a need to present this information in geospatial format, data base and provide web access. This session provides a discussion of web-based presentation of planning data and introduction to software that provides analysis of this data, with possible projections based on the data analysis.

Additional information is here: http://www.cubitplanning.com/blog/2010/10/local-government-social-media/

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  1. LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SOCIAL MEDIA
  2. online journal Blog Reader Commenter You, the Blogger Commenter
  3. blog that features photos Flickr Reader Commenter You Commenter
  4. blog that features videos YouTube Reader Commenter You Commenter
  5. micro blog + way to find conversations Your Your Their Twitter Followers Followers page feeds feeds You
  6. blog + flickr + youtube + way to find conversations + ... Your Your Their Facebook Followers Followers Wall Walls Walls You
  7. HOW MUCH MONEY DOES SOCIAL MEDIA COST? All Free
  8. HOW MUCH TIME DOES SOCIAL MEDIA TAKE?

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