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New website, new look!

I usually try to avoid any kind of work related promotion on this blog, however seeing as how my work and personal passions (leveraging social media marketing to improve society) are fully intertwined, I thought it would be a good opportunity to mention that the Centre of Excellence for Public Sector Marketing finally has a new website. Please browse around and let me know if we’re missing any key components. Or better yet , fill out our quick usability survey. I have integrated numerous rss feeds into the site (including a CEPSM newsfeed), so that content is continually updated and can be viewed on various platforms and devices. If you know of any good links to public sector marketing resources, please let me know so that I can add them to our “community” section. Finally, if you haven’t done so already, please join the Public Sector Marketing Society to stay in touch and network with others in the field. For those of you that speak French, please note that our equivalent French site should be up in the next few weeks.

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