The Joe Rogan Effect That Will Impact Public Sector Comms in 2022


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Happy New Year and welcome to Season 3 of the Public Sector Marketing Show.

Thank you for being us with for the past 43 episodes and I look forward to delving deep into new topics and trends, and hearing from your public sector peers and subject matter experts for this series.

I’m starting the year and Season 3 with a solo show.

Coming up in the first episode of the Public Sector Marketing Show of 2022:

  • > The Joe Rogan Effect that I believe is going to impact public sector comms in 2022;
  • > What is the Joe Rogan Effect and why you should care?
  • > The ongoing debate of mainstream media versus social media influence;
  • > What people say about accessing news on social media and who they listen to; and
  • > Sign up for our upcoming free webinars to kick-start your digital comms year.


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The Public Sector Marketing Show is a weekly podcast dedicated to digital marketing and social media insights for government and public sector pros hosted by Joanne Sweeney, founder of the Public Sector Marketing Institute.

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