Project-Level Social Media Strategy
|Date:||Wednesday, May 2, 2012|
Jeffrey Levy, EPA
"Mission, Tools, Metrics, Teach." You can use social media for your projects once you've learned a few things—how to define the need, how to get management buy-in, which tools to use, and how to measure the success. And then you can help others by sharing what you’ve discovered.
Join EPA’s Director of Web Communications, Jeffrey Levy, for a hands-on, in-person workshop on developing a social media strategy for your agency’s mission-critical projects.
This is a hands-on, participatory class, so come prepared to share and ask questions. By the time you leave, you’ll have a plan in hand!
About the Presenter
Jeffrey Levy is EPA's Director of Web Communications, leading the team that oversees Web content and social media. Jeffrey helped set EPA Web standards and trained the government Web community on everything from home page design to blog writing.
Jeffrey worked with attorneys and Information Technology experts to create EPA's social media policy. He co-chairs the Federal Web Managers Council and his Twitter account (@levyj413) is a teaching tool with more than 6,900 followers.