Social Media is not a trend it’s an innovation of conversation. In today’s information age, sharing information and connecting in communities forms a very big component of the way we communicate today. Organisations that thrive well on the internet are those that can facilitate productive communication around their service or product.
At the recent Waste and Recycle conference i was asked to speak on ways local government could use social media to develop and engage their communities. I presented an idea that Local government and other related industries could use this medium to better communicate with the people they serve. Take a listen to find out more.