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Social Media Innovators in Government Toolkit

Discover how to do more with social media

When you're trying to make the case for investing time and budgets in social media, nothing helps more than being able to point to real-world success stories from similar organizations.

So our Social Media Innovators in Government toolkit is filled with examples of governments and public service agencies around the world who have discovered how to do more with social media.

The Social Government: How Governments are Reducing Costs and Better Serving Constituents via Social Media  

Discover social government insights and best practices from the City of New York, Barcelona City Council, the City of Melbourne, and others.

From Tweets to Impact: 8 Steps to Building an Innovative Government Social Media Strategy

Learn how you can use social media effectively, including centralizing access and management of social media accounts—to do more with existing resources.

Listen and Serve: 7 Innovative Ways Governments Can Increase Transparency and Public Participation

Examples from governments—and of all sizes—who are using social media in exciting, new ways to cost-effectively boost transparency and reinvent how they serve constituents.

To learn more about how you can get better results while controlling costs, just fill in the form on the right side of this page, and you’ll get instant access to our Social Media Innovators in Government toolkit.

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