Last week we blogged about our use of online monitoring tools; how we’ve been working with other government departments to support campaign monitoring and evaluation, and helping them build their own expertise in this area. The last few months have been …
Nowadays it seems like everybody has something to say on the internet. This isn’t meant as a negative statement. It’s great that the internet has enabled a level playing field for people regardless of who they are or where they …
If you haven’t already read over on our main GDS blog, we’ve updated our Social Media Playbook.
A new blog We’ve decided to rename and widen the scope of our social media blog, and use it to share more about how we do digital engagement in GDS.
This Parliament ends on 30 March. Between then and the general election on 7 May is the pre-election period and the Civil Service communicates less, in line with the General Election Guidance.
It was National Voter Registration Day (NVRD) yesterday. It’s unlikely that you would have missed it.
Social media is one of the most rapidly changing platforms out there - not just in terms of technology but in how users are choosing to engage.
The social media ‘trend predictions’ season is in full swing. Wearable technology, multi-screen strategies, digital storytelling, augmented reality... the list goes on.
I don’t think I’ve ever used a social media monitoring tool that has done exactly what I wanted it to do; and I’ve used a fair few of them.
In our last post ‘Social media planning: it’s time for some perspective’ we discussed the importance of data and research in social media planning.