#FedTweets network going strong…

Yesterday, I created the first #FedTweets Twitter network and shared the relatively sparse initial set of connections. It included only the organizers and speakers and a few others who were talking about the webinar and advertising it to their own networks.

Today, Justin Herman (Phase One Consulting), Scott Horvath (Web and Social Media Chief at USGS), Tammie Marcoullier (Program Manager Challenge.gov at GSA), and Stacey Palosky (Public Affairs Officer at U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission) presented their insights on how they use Twitter in their agencies. The presenters encouraged the participants to heavily use the #FedTweets hashtag and keep the conversation going beyond the one hour live encounter.

Here is the result (network created with NodeXL):

FedTweets_PartII by inesmergel
FedTweets_PartII, a photo by inesmergel on Flickr.

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About Ines Mergel

I am an Associate Professor of Public Administration at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University, NY. In my research projects I am focusing on informal social networks in the public sector and the use of social media applications by government organizations. I teach classes on social media management, digital government, public management, and social network analysis.

3 thoughts on “#FedTweets network going strong…

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