You heard it right - there’s only one week left until the start of the virtual Social for Safety Conference! Come for the sessions, stay if you can for the direct connections & get the training everyone needs to handle 2020 all in two virtual days, Sept. 22-23.
All government communicators are invited to attend; whether social media is your primary duty or you wear the hat once in a while, you’ll (virtually) walk away with the best practices & tools to protect your agency, keep public trust, strengthen your outreach and make your very difficult job much easier.
Really customize your experience! By registering for the All Access Ticket, you get upgraded networking features and get access to three special sessions. E-meet with attorney Mark R. Weaver on what to say on social media during a fast-breaking public safety crisis, John Chen on making virtual collaborations meaningful & another special session to be announced very soon.
Don’t think you can make it right now? You can still get access to most session recordings for 3 months after the conference ends.
Whatever your involvement in social media & whatever you need this experience to be right now, S4SCON will help you be a stronger & even more effective government social media professional. Register today to be a part.
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. Get access to socialgov-specific resources, like the COVID-19 SocialGov Hub group, and other organized content. Virtually collaborate with each other, share advice, get input, tips & more by joining the Government Social Media network today.
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.
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