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Troll Patrol: Overcoming Social Media’s Dark Side

Troll Patrol: Overcoming Social Media’s Dark Side

The social notification no one wants: a negative comment has been posted. But what responsibility do government and school district social media ...
Social Media Strategy Guide for K-12 Communicators

Social Media Strategy Guide for K-12 Communicators

This school year is already proving to be challenging, and many school districts are beginning to use social media more heavily for ...
Semi-Annual Social Media Checkup

Semi-Annual Social Media Checkup

New school year, new social media risks. To make it a little easier, we’ve created this Semi-Annual Social Media Checkup Checklist to ensure ...
CARES, ARP, & ESSER: Leveraging your relief funds

CARES, ARP, & ESSER: Leveraging your relief funds

The $1.9 trillion American Rescue Plan Act (ARP) of 2021 is just the latest in a line of COVID-related relief funding that enables public sector ...
Social Media and the First Amendment with Mark Weaver

Social Media and the First Amendment with Mark Weaver

What do you do when a comment appears on your social media feed that’s contrary to your agency's values or ignites controversy with the public? ...
The State of Public Sector Social Media 2021 Recap

The State of Public Sector Social Media 2021 Recap

2020 rocked public sector communication. What’s ahead for 2021 and beyond? We’re sharing the results from our second annual State of Social ...
School District Grows Social Media & Stays Ahead of Risk with ArchiveSocial

School District Grows Social Media & Stays Ahead of Risk with ArchiveSocial

How Clay County, FL was able to grow their social media presence and avoid risk using a social media archive
Panel Discussion: Engaging School Communities Through Social Media

Panel Discussion: Engaging School Communities Through Social Media

No one was ready for the ambush that was 2020, and schools found themselves having to navigate an ever-changing landscape on all fronts. The ...
Guidelines for Elected Officials Using Social Media

Guidelines for Elected Officials Using Social Media

With newly elected and appointed officials, comes new responsibilities and challenges. And the lines on social media between private citizen ...
City Recovers Deleted Content from Hacked  Social Media Account with ArchiveSocial

City Recovers Deleted Content from Hacked Social Media Account with ArchiveSocial

How Weston, FL was able to recover deleted content from its social media using a social media archive after a hack.
Avoid Risk: When blocking on social media & the First Amendment intersect

Avoid Risk: When blocking on social media & the First Amendment intersect

The pandemic has accelerated the pace of digital transformation shifting the need for social media from nice-to-have to must-have. And while ...
Social Media Lawsuits: Are you prepared for a records request?

Social Media Lawsuits: Are you prepared for a records request?

The national emergencies of 2020 created a public broadly critical of the government that directly impacted public agencies and school ...