I was in a meeting a few weeks ago and obviously not concentrating when I wrote down the points below in ten minutes.
The feedback so far has been positive – see what you think..
1. All our content should be shareable and findable online
2. All our staff should be digitally competent, understand the digital environment and feel confident working in it
3. All our staff can and should contribute, appropriately, to our digital channels
4. The NAO Code of Conduct applies to all our digital activities
5. We ask for feedback online, welcome it and follow up any actions
6. We focus on our known user needs if we do not know what these needs are we will find out
7. We create content that our users tell us they want and find useful
8. We create accessible content which is clear, plain, easy to read; and technically accessible
9. We use metrics to measure and improve what we do online
10. We use our digital engagement lifecycle when we interact with our audiences
Somehow over the last few months I have started using a few tools that help either manage my personal reputation or keep a track on my network. I suspect that this is because I follow some people on Twitter who have a strong interest in recruitment.
So here are a few interesting/useful tools:
Bullhorn reach does a few things but I only use it to ‘monitor’ what people in my network might be doing. I say monitor in the loose sense as it more to see how the tool works. What it does is track what others are posting or changing on their profiles and sends out messages saying:
24 Potential Movers in your Network
Based on their activity, the following people may be considering a career move – then lists some names.
Job change notifier
is added to your LinkedIn account and sends you email alerts when someone changes jobs. It also does this when their job title changes. Its quite handy if you want to congratulate someone on a new job.
I might have mentioned MyWebCareer
before as a good way of managing your own online presence. For example yesterday it sent me alert saying that it had found new mentions of me online and did I want to check them as really being me and something I want to highlight. Quite handy.
can also be useful to set up alerts on your own name and see what others can see of your activity on some common social networks.
Of course this is not even considering what you might want to do with LinkedIn which is another story…