Thank You to New Community Leaders!

I don’t normally give personal shout-outs, but I wanted to extend a special thanks to a bunch of brand new GovLoop Community Leaders. They responded to a GovLoop Special Edition email where we made an appeal for GovLoopers to “Be a Leader.” And they’re already making their unique mark on GovLoop. This is kind of… Read more »

Releasing GovLoop iPhone App

Yes. We got an app for that. Today, we release the GovLoop iPhone app. It’s pretty cool – you can read the latest blogs and discussions on GovLoop, get the top gov’t news via GovZine from all your favorite sites, and also pulls in the top govt Twitter tags. Plus more goodies like key events,… Read more »

Great USAID Project – Global Pulse 2010: An Online Collaboration Event on March 29 – 31

Global Pulse 2010: An Online Collaboration Event on March 29 – 31 USAID is partnering with the Departments of State, Education, Commerce, and Health and Human Services to host Global Pulse 2010 from March 29 – 31. Global Pulse 2010 (http://www.globalpulse2010.gov) is an online collaboration event, which will bring together engaged participants and organizations throughout… Read more »

How-To: Get Your Blog Featured on GovLoop

Over the past few weeks, we have been impressed with the increasing number of excellent, original blog posts on GovLoop. Collectively, the insight and expertise of the people gathered in this community is nothing short of extraordinary. A couple days ago, I read and commented on 4-5 posts that cover topics like leadership, collaboration, innovation… Read more »

How-To: Communicate via Social Media with Minimal Budget & Reduced Staff

Citiies on social media with over 500+ -fans on facebook – 16% -followers on twitter – 9% Local gov is often late to game City of Reno-Around the Arch blog -Wordpress blog – one click install-iframe site in their blog -28,000 views on YouTube channels Get a government YouTube channel – [email protected] -get additional branding-can… Read more »