Friday, March 29, 2013

Does Your Dot-Gov Website Meet the Needs of All its Users?

Does Your Dot-Gov Website Meet the Needs of All Its Users?
A Highlight from the upcoming NAGC Communications School. 
 
 
Internal and external stakeholders each need and want something different from government websites. Government communicators face real challenges making sites effectively manage those needs to provide the best content and services to users.

ENC Strategy Account Director Josh DeLung will take you through a case study in enhancing dot.gov websites for internal and external stakeholders in a session at the National Association of Government Communicators 2013 Communications School. “Enhancing dot.gov Websites for Internal and External Stakeholders” will feature a brief overview of how to maintain and enhance content, manage campaigns, and support Web design and development. You’ll leave with ideas for new ways to improve the areas where your agency’s site may not be meeting the needs of users in certain categories.

Participate in Josh’s session on April 19 at 10:30 a.m. at the 2013 NAGC Communications School, April 17-19 at the Pentagon City Sheraton in Arlington, Va. Check out the complete agenda and register to attend at www.nagconline.org.


Don't Miss the National Association of Government Communicators 2013 Communications School!

Registration is now open for the NAGC 2013 Communication School, “Government Communicators – Engaging Citizens in Democracy,” being held April 17-19, 2013, in the Washington, D.C., area at the Sheraton Pentagon City Hotel, Arlington, Va. 

Who Should Attend?
Federal, state, and local government communicators including contractors who direct and facilitate government communications—editors, writers, graphic artists, webmasters, video professionals, broadcasters, photographers, information specialists, and agency spokespersons.

Why Should You Attend? 
1.  It’s one of the most affordable training experiences you’ll find.
2.  You’ll gain knowledge and learn skills you can use immediately to become a more effective communicator.
3.  You’ll be with other passionate government communicators, which will help you leverage best practices and build relationships.
4.  You will be networking and trading ideas with fellow like-minded communicators and getting energized! 
5.  It’s only for government communicators!

Also, don’t miss the Government Communications Expo, April 18-19, showcasing the latest trends in government communications services, goods, and technologies.

 
Don't Miss the National Association of Government Communicators 2013 Communications School!


2013 Featured Speakers and Topics
--Overcoming the Stigma of Government
--Learning How to Read Body Language
--Using Social Media to Engage Citizens
--Facing the Media: On-Camera Training During a Crisis
--Plain Language: If you don’t know this stuff, you might be dangerous!
--Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards Banquet
--Communicator of the Year Award presentation
--and much more!

Don’t miss the Government Communications Expo, April 18-19, showcasing the latest trends in government communications services, goods, and technologies.

For registration, schedule, and accepted speakers information, visit
www.nagconline.org.   

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