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Take Your Social Media Program From Rags to Riches

Are you a small or even one-deep government social media team who wonders how with limited resources you can still deliver the program citizens need? Do you have a larger team but still want to know how you can roll up your sleeves and make a change?

If either of these or anything in between is you, then take a look at the webinar on how to take your limited social media program from “rags to riches.”

Steve Lewis, new media manager at the U.S. Trade and Development Agency talks to agencies about how he was able to help his agency of only less than 100 staff use tools, strategies and partnerships to forge a powerful social media program. Steve includes takeaways that you can apply in your own office.

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