Over 600 of your fellow government social media peers both across the country and internationally have already signed up to be a part of the 2022 Government Social Media Conference.
Don’t miss your invitation to be a part of GSMCON, the largest social media conference in the U.S. for government agencies happening both online and in person in Dallas, Texas, March 29-31, 2022. Ticket price increases start during regular registration — save the most for you and your agency by signing up before early-bird registration ends at midnight PT on Friday, December 3, 2021!
What we’ve heard from past attendees time and time again is not only the high caliber sessions offered during the conference, but also the genuine camaraderie created at the event. Who else knows best what you’re going through than other government social media professionals just like you?
Get together at the Welcome Reception, meet one another at the Restaurant Romp, at Networking Breaks, during the sessions themselves and even after hours. GSMCON is just the beginning of finding your socialgov support system where the camaraderie lasts long after the event ends.
But, it’s not only these friendships you’ll gain — you’ll walk away or log off with the right information to elevate your role, confidently communicate and become the best government social media professional. Here’s just a few of the sessions you’ll see:
Team GSM is planning a special hybrid experience for both in-person and online attendees for our 7th annual GSMCON, making the conference even more accessible to the whole community. No matter what ticket type you pick, you’ll gain fulfilling experience making you an even more confident, efficient government social media professional.
We can’t say enough about our in-person attendee experience! You get major perks like meeting people face-to-face, learning more about government-related products in the expo area and connecting with speakers and other attendees.
If your agency won’t allow travel yet or participating online is better for you, you have options for a virtual experience, too!
Whether attending in-person or online, you’ll also get on-demand access to most session recordings 10 days after the event for 90 days.
We heard your requests to offer different ticket types at GSMCON, and for the first time, we’re offering a variety of ticket types to best accommodate government social media professionals, all at discounted prices through midnight PT on Friday, December 3! Whether you’re planning to join us online or in person, you have an option to purchase either a General Admission Ticket or All Access Ticket, which gets you access to special sessions.
General Admission gets you access to all keynotes and concurrent breakout sessions, including regular breakouts and demo-style sessions. You can also be a part of the Special Activity: Social Media Policy Reboot, expo area and more.
Upgrading your ticket to All Access gets you everything in the General Admission ticket plus access to special sessions like Live Reviews, where you watch a speaker’s critical thinking, WWYD Scenarios, an opportunity for attendees to work through specific presented scenarios, and PowerTalks, table discussions with active discussion on a variety of topics.
Tickets cost more to be a part of GSMCON2022 starting Saturday, December 4! Prices increase $100 for in-person tickets and $50 for virtual tickets after early-bird registration ends on Friday, December 3. Download our one-page event summary to help with your training/travel approvals, and save the most by registering now! Here’s how.
Best communicate with the public you serve by becoming a part of the free Government Social Media network — only available to full/part-time employees of government or educational institutions.
We support the largest network of government social media professionals in the U.S. by guiding government agencies through complex social media issues. Government Social Media helps you successfully communicate with the public you serve, protect your agency and keep public trust while finding your support community.