ArchiveSocial connects directly to social networks such as Facebook and Twitter to capture and preserve the content on your pages – ensuring you can easily respond to records requests. Learn more about public records requirements and social media archiving.
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“Social media is a public record because it is communication from county government. It is something that is transparent and needs to be preserved in case there are ever questions from the media or the public about what the county has done and why.”
Skagit County, WA
“If you don’t have something like ArchiveSocial for your social media, you’re playing Russian roulette with your daily public records responsibilities — and that’s not a good idea.”
Director of Public Affairs and Marketing
City of Deerfield Beach, FL
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