Cape Cod Commission's Social Media Goes Dark

No Tweets or Facebook posts since July...

The Cape Cod Commission's social media accounts appear to have gone dark. 

The last Facebook post by CCC staff was July 18th.  The last Tweet was also July 18th, though there is an August 9th Tweet that contains a dead link.

Up until this summer, the approximately $5 million-a-year regional land use agency had maintained a rather excellent social media presence that featured informative articles and reader surveys very much in keeping with the Commission's educational mission.

The Cape Cod Commission's Facebook page has 325 "likes".  The agency has 1,435 Twitter followers.

Social media remains an excellent means of educating the public and engaging with constituents, especially those under the age of 50.

With controversy apparently looming over the process to choose the CCC's new, permanent executive director, this would be a prime moment for the Commission to start engaging with local citizens on social media.  

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