Posted by RedR UK
Training, International Development
Marketing, Communications, PR
The social media revolution is here. Whether it’s a mystery to you or you want to share your experience, this session will challenge, inspire and enthuse you to take action and go social. This interactive course will help you understand the landscape of social media and plan an approach that empowers and excites the people you want to engage.
You’ll explore social media, how it can work well, how to create engaging and shareable content and how to fix things when they go wrong. There will be lots of opportunity to discuss how you currently use social media and give you a chance to step back and really examine how to get the most from all platforms.
Who should attend this course?
This course is designed for both experienced and novice social media users. Whether you’re just about to launch a social media strategy or you want to add new skills, you’ll find this course is for you. What this course won’t include is how to create different kinds of social media accounts, but we will discuss which networks are best suited to your needs. We’ll also direct you to the online instructions & films if you’ve not yet created twitter/facebook/Instagram/etc accounts.
£489: Large Businesses
£363: Large Charities, Public Sector and Small Businesses
£242: Smaller Charities (under 15 staff) and self-funded individuals.
Prices include a fabulous hot buffet lunch, Fair Trade refreshments and networking time.
Concessionary rates for the unwaged and discounts for students are available.
Bookings and information please contact:
Email: [email protected]
The course will cover:
• What is social media?
• Why use social media
• How to engage your audience
• What to include in a social media strategy
• How to enhance your marketing
• How to create engaging content
• How to plan your content effectively
• Creating a social media policy
• Measuring what works and what doesn’t
The day includes plenty of group work, exercises and discussion – you definitely won’t be staring at power point all day. You’ll also be given lots of opportunities to discuss your own experiences and develop personal strategies to aid your work
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