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What is COVFEFE? Potentially an Amendment to the Presidential Records Act

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The internet went into a flurry after Donald Trump’s Twitter typo, trying to decipher what exactly he was trying to say. As expected, memes erupted instantly. Now, however, the word might actually have a meaning. On June 12, Rep. Mike Quigley (D. Illinois) introduced a proposal that would amend the current Presidential Records Act to make it illegal for the president to delete social media posts. The proposal’s full name is the Communications Over Various Feeds Electronically for Engagement (COVFEFE) Act.

Digital Trends: COVFEFE Act Would Make it Illegal for the President to Delete Tweets
Rep. Mike Quigley previously introduced the Making Access Records Available to Lead American Government Openness (MAR-A-LAGO) bill. The man loves politically charged acronyms! Read more after the jump…

What Your Social Media Metrics Are Missing

social media metrics dashboard | CenterTable Digital Agency | Denver, COAre you the keeper of your organization’s social media metrics? If so, perhaps you’re like me and are a bit obsessive over data accuracy. Perhaps you dutifully copy and paste numbers from Facebook, Twitter or some other measurement tool every week, month or quarter to track your progress over time. But are your spreadsheets missing a key element? What happens when you go on vacation or someone else takes over after you’re gone?

You might have read this far and expect to hear something about what you should be measuring. That’s not what this post is about. Certainly put thought into your goals/objectives and match them with your measurement, but if you want to use data to measure your progress, the important thing is that you are measuring the same thing in the same way on a consistent basis.

Read more after the jump…