Got a hot topic in mind, something of interest to people doing communications work for the U.S. government? We publish tips, tricks, and observations for federal communicators in the FCN blog, including pieces on media relations, publications, education campaign, public information office, call center, visitor's center, and related activities. Build your web writing skills, and add a byline to your portfolio by writing a guest blog post. To be considered as a guest author, send an email to Larry Orluskie and Britt Ehrhardt with your ideas.
Guidelines for guest posts on the Federal Communicators Network blog:
- Authors should be federal employees or contractors, as well as members of FCN. (There's no membership fee. Join us, and become a member of FCN.)
- Posts need to be 500 words or less, on non-commercial topics of broad interest.
- FCN Board will review submissions, and will work with authors to make edits if needed.
Check out recent posts on the blog to see what others have done, including Linda Austin writing about government messaging, and Rachel Flagg writing about the helpful website HowTo.gov.