Lesson #4: Don’t Be Shy When Engaging The Community

Lesson 4 in our top ten lessons for online citizen engagement series. Really, there’s no need to be coy about engaging the community. We quite often see lots of effort put into creating a really engaging site and then no effort in letting people know it is there.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

4 years ago

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Lesson #3: Think Beyond A 6-Week Campaign And Be There When People Need You

Lesson 3 in our top ten lessons for online citizen engagement series. Most online engagement projects are made up of multiple phases, and typically, only a few of these will involve consulting or actively listening to the community. Unfortunately, the timing of community members becoming interested in a project and of the timing of consultative phases often don’t coincide.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

4 years ago

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6 Ways To Use Video For Online Community Engagement

Digital video is one of the leading ways to drive online engagement. The statistics don’t lie with website pages containing video attracting more traffic, users spending more time on pages with video content and people more likely to click on an email link containing a video. The percentage of internet users consuming video content online is […]

Dr Crispin Butteriss

Dr Crispin Butteriss

4 years ago

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Lesson #1: Use An Online Engagement Platform To Build Your Community

Lesson 1 in our top ten lessons for online citizen engagement series. Using a platform like EngagementHQ to build a community around your online public engagement processes is important because it allows you to build and keep your audience rather than starting afresh each time. It also means the community become accustomed to what is expected.

Matthew Crozier

Matthew Crozier

4 years ago

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