Civic App Marketing 101 [Webinar]
Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM (PST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Let's Turn Civic Apps into City Infrastructure.
Want to kickstart adoption and engagement with civic technology in your community? Join this Code for America webinar to learn how.
We're kicking off the next phase of the Code for America Brigade's Race for Reuse -- a nationwide challenge focusing on publicizing civic apps and putting them into the hands of citizens.
Join Code for America for an interactive webinar to learn:
- Why does marketing matter for civic engagement?
- What are the most effective strategies for increasing awareness and adoption of civic tech?
- How can I promote my app on a budget?
- What are the easiest ways to get started?
- How do I maintain -- and hopefully increase -- engagement?
The webinar will be livestreamed at 10:00 a.m. Pacific (1:00 p.m. Eastern), November 13, 2012. Access details will be shared with registered attendees before the event. Admission to the webinar is free, but donations of any amount are tax-deductible contributions to Code for America, a 501(c)(3).
About Code for America
Code for America helps governments work better for everyone with the people and the power of the web. Founded in 2009, Code for America held its inaugural fellowship in 2011 with 19 fellows and three cities. Through the Fellowship program Code for America provides an opportunity for the web generation to give back by connecting developers and designers with city governments to innovate. In 2012, Code for America has grown to connecting 26 fellows with eight cities. Code for America is reimagining government for the 21st century. codeforamerica.org
The Code for America Brigade is an organizing force for civic minded developers, designers, data scientists, and leaders who contribute their talents towards addressing the problems we see everyday. Join: brigade.codeforamerica.org
Code for America
Code for America believes government can work for the people, by the people in the 21st century.
We build open source technology and organize a network of people dedicated to making government services simple, effective, and easy to use.