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Infographics--A great visual guide for constituents


GIFs are in. Words are out.


Put a positive spin on things.


Don't be a robot.


Make visual a ritual. 


Always go for quality over quantity.


It's okay to break free of legalese on Facebook.


Emoticons are a court's best friend.


Content is key in a social media society. 

Build organizational allies.


Don't be afraid to diversify your posts.


Learn how to schedule posts so your court can save time. 


How do you get your followers to LIKE you? Become a resource on Facebook. 


Using hashtags (#) can engage a conversation about your court campaign. Make sure you use a hashtag that's unique and tag it when relevant. 


The best way to build a relationship with your constituents is by engaging your audience and responding promptly.



When it comes to posting on social media, grammar matters.

It's all in the timing.


Act on feedback quickly.


It's amazing what SHARING can do.

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Deirdre Roesch


SOCIAL MEDIA GUIDE

Social Media 101 Guide

The Social Media 101 guide shows you how to set up and manage your accounts.


NEWSLETTER

Connected is a monthly e-newsletter about social media and the courts.

SOCIAL MEDIA POLICIES

Social media policies covers the guidelines governing social media use.

JURORS & SOCIAL MEDIA POSTER