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2013 ALGIM Local Govt Website Survey

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Summary and highlights from the 2013 New Zealand local government website survey, co-ordinated and produced by the Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM)

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2013 ALGIM Local Govt Website Survey

  1. 1. 2013 ALGIMLocal GovernmentWebsite Survey“”
  2. 2. // About the survey annual online survey (Feb 2013)72 / 78 councils participated snapshot of sector, use as resource
  3. 3. // The survey tells us: how Councils manage their website software, reporting and search functionality and online services top five tasks social media & mobile apps
  4. 4. 2013 surveyresults...“”
  5. 5. // Website management 89% internally (65 councils) 2.7% externally (2 councils) 8.2% mix of both (6 councils)
  6. 6. // Website hosting 32% internally (24 councils) 68% externally (49 councils)
  7. 7. // Content management 57.5% CMS third party (42) 33% CMS open source (24) 4% publish / author tools (3) 5.5% custom-built (4)
  8. 8. // Content management systems1. EpiServer2. Silverstripe3. Microsoft CMS / MOSS / Sharepoint4. Joomla (and) Umbraco5. Drupal6. SiteCore
  9. 9. // Reporting packages1. Google Analytics2. SmarterStats3. Crazy Egg + AW Stats +Sharepoint
  10. 10. // Top five tasks1. Cemeteries2. Property & rates3. Plans & publications4. Contact us5. Job vacancies2012 results1. Property & rates2. Cemeteries3. Job vacancies4. Contact us5. Plans &publications
  11. 11. // Mobile device version 17 councils – yes ( 7) 31 councils – 12 month plan ( 13) 31 councils – no ( 4)
  12. 12. // Mobile apps * 20 councils*new question
  13. 13. // Social media channels1. Facebook: 59 ( 14)2. Twitter: 41 ( 11)3. YouTube: 36 ( 9)4. LinkedIn: 16 ( 7)5. Flickr: 7 ( 2)
  14. 14. // Social media policy 57% yes ( 7) 43% no ( 2)
  15. 15. // Block social media sites 26% yes ( 10) 74% no (19)
  16. 16. // Thanks to you! Report now available:www.algim.org.nz /2013webreports
  17. 17. ALGIM 2013Online Services Symposium

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