Government Social Media: Driving Results
Febrary 29 - March 2, 2016 in Washington, DC
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Tuesday, March 1 • 10:10am - 10:45am
Learn How To Showcase The Voice Of Others Without Losing Your Own
Peace Corps

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With more than 6,200 Peace Corps Volunteers serving in countries around the world, how does Peace Corps share their stories without losing its own voice?

Learn the best practices for giving your brand ambassadors a voice, without losing the overall message of your agency.


This session will provide you with the key components to utilize the voice of your audience without losing your organizations’ message, including how to:

  • Use what others are saying about you to reemphasize your brand
  • Employ best practices for reusing already-existing content
  • Establish timing strategies
  • Create strategies to connect with new followers
  • Highlight others without losing your own voice

Kyle Livingston, Social Media Specialist

Peace Corps

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Kyle Livingston

Social Media Specialist, Office of Communications, Peace Corps
Kyle Livingston has been Peace Corps’ Social Media Specialist since September 2014. He has grown Peace Corps’ follower base by more than 100,000 additional followers, he was the creative behind their 2014 New Year video and upcoming end-of-the-year video, and manages more than... Read More →

Tuesday March 1, 2016 10:10am - 10:45am EST
Crystal 5 & 6 Westin Crystal City