With newly elected and appointed officials, comes new responsibilities and challenges. And the lines on social media between private citizen profiles, elected official accounts, and municipal pages can get really confusing, really quickly. But it’s important to know which one not to cross. Our own Alix Bowman set out to outline the rules for elected officials on social media in this ArchiveSocial webinar.
In the webinar, we discussed the transition from candidate to officeholder on social media, the responsibilities that come with it, and how it affects your public entity’s existing presence. The rules for social media change for you and your agency when you go from candidate to elected official. Tune into to find out what that means for you and your office.
Alix Bowman, Director of Customer Experience, ArchiveSocial
Alix leads the CX team as Director of Customer Experience at ArchiveSocial and is an expert on social media network operations. ArchiveSocial is the world’s leading provider of social media archiving technology in the public sector. ArchiveSocial enables more than 5,000 forward-thinking government entities, law enforcement agencies, and K-12 school districts to openly and transparently communicate across social networking platforms while ensuring legal protection and compliance with public records.
Find out why more than 5,000 organizations trust ArchiveSocial to manage their social media records.