Webinar: What Local Governments Get Wrong About Websites

Posted on March 6, 2016

ELGL columnist Ashley Fruechting (Vision Internet) invites members to attend this upcoming webinar.

Nearly every local government organization has a website, but a recent survey revealed only 34% of local government staff believe their websites are highly effective. Why is that?

Join us for an interactive webinar to explore 5 common misconceptions that prevent local governments from getting the most from their websites. Our featured panel of local government leaders will discuss their first-hand experiences, addressing topics like:

  • What department should manage the website?
  • How should you decide what information to publish?
  • What role should social media play?

Register for the Webinar – Thursday, March 31, 2016, 9:00am PDT/ 12:00pm EDT


Justin Heyman, Director of Information Technology, Franklin Township, New Jersey

Erin Bryce, Community Outreach Manager, City of North Port, Florida

Steven Wright, Director – Office of Public Information & Communications, City of Mesa, Arizona

Supplemental Reading

Digital Accessibility — Is Your Local Government Compliant

Transforming Government Communication through Website Content Strategy

Who Holds the Keys to Your Website?

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