Today’s digital makeover reveals MPs are generally quite good at what they do online. It’s just that they apparently don’t put a stake in the long game.
Disruption (or necessity if you prefer) is the mother of invention. We can make things better — or at least different and workable — if our adaptability muscles are well exercised.
I remember the exact moment I decided Porter Airlines was going to lose their campaign for a runway extension at Billy Bishop airport. It’s a textbook lesson for integration, particularly in digital public affairs.
In this digital makeover, we’re reminded of the importance of unscripted engaging content, being the master of your properties, and being engaged.
A Progress Summit panel featured four digitally-engaged campaign organizers, each of whom have a collection of hits and misses to share.
It’s not that the public sector isn’t capable of being innovative and embrace risk; that it isn’t willing to be entrepreneurial.
Digital public affairs practitioners need to consider three very significant Internet dangers and how they apply to reputation management.