Tag Archives: social media

Follow the Leader

The BDO Local Government Social Media Survey 2015 has now gone live! Our annual survey is in its fourth year reinforcing  our position as thought leaders for social media usage across local government in the UK. This year we will be exploring the linkages between senior leadership buy-in and effective organisational uptake of social media, […]

I’m all a-Twitter, I’m all a-Twirl

BDO Local Gov will shortly be launching our annual survey of how local authorities use social media. Back by popular demand, the Local Government Social Media Survey 2014 is celebrating its third year by going global. This year we’ll be joining forces with our colleagues in New Zealand to find out what our two nations […]

PRESS RELEASE: Behavioural economics’ success achieved in pilot scheme for Kent Councils

The BDO Local Gov team recently carried out a successful behaviour change pilot with three councils in Kent using “nudge” techniques to influence customer behaviour and manage demand for council tax services. We supported the Kent Customer Services Group to carry out a three month pilot, which used insights from behavioural economics to promote online services which […]

FOLLOWING THE TRENDS: THE BDO 2013 SOCIAL MEDIA SURVEY

The BDO Local Government team are delighted to announce the launch of the 2013 Social Media survey, “Following the Trends”. The rise in internet access, popularity of smartphones and tablets and increased culture of internet shopping and has dramatically changed the ways that customers expect to receive services online. Our work in customer access has […]

HIT THE ROAD JACK

The US is often ahead of the curve on technology matters and we’ve spotted a brilliant App that empowers citizens to self serve whilst simultaneously improving service delivery. The City of Boston has released an App which allows residents to report potholes automatically when driving around the city.  When the Street Bump App is activated, […]

GUEST BLOG: HIGHWAYS MY WAY

Last week we released our video, “At Work in Highways“, starring our Highways Manager, Jon Fraser, clad in his tuxedo and singing his own pothole-centric version of Frank Sinatra’s My Way. Our first foray into using videos as communications devices in this way was inspired by Torfaen County Borough Council in Wales, who’s singing Elvis […]

STREETS OF LONDON

Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend the London customer access social media group hosted by Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea where we presented on our forthcoming #litter2twitter survey. The group was made up of Heads of Service and customer access Managers from across London and I was impressed by their commitment in getting […]

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