It’s Good to talk: Planning and scheduling your online communications

'It's Good to Talk' is part of our What's Social Media Got To Do With It? series of sessions to help small charities improve and professionalise their social media communications.

 

In these half-day sessions you will be shown how to identify the best social media platforms to reach your audience, how to plan and schedule your communications and, in a practical workshop, how to get the most out of the available technology.

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It’s Good to talk: Planning and scheduling your online communications 

Engaging with audiences via social media is a vital tool for communicating news and spreading the word about campaigns.. However in small charities the role of ‘Social Media Manager’ often falls to the same person that is responsible for the day to day running of the charity and maintaining any on-line presence can be difficult to manage.

In this half-day workshop, we will be demonstrating different ways to plan and schedule your communications with social media and email. This workshop will focus on what you will be doing on a day-to-day basis and give you tips on scheduling, which will help you become more efficient and productive.

By the end of this session you will:

  • Know the best tools to use for the day to day communications
  • Know the right times to schedule messages
  • Know how to combine their email and social media usage

 

 

It's Good to Talk is part of our What's Social Media Got To Do With It? series of  sessions to help small charities improve and professionalise their social media communications. Each session can be taken as a standalone workshop or sign up for all three to gain the maximum benefit.

For information about the other two sessions please follow this link:

23 March 2017 - Getting the best out of the tech: Harnessing online tools to get your content out

 

 

This session will be run by Andrew Davis, Director of the digital training and consultancy Thinking Outside the Blog. Andrew is a social media expert with over 15 years of experience working with a range of clients from multiple sectors to maximise their digital marketing.  He founded Thinking Outside the Blog in 2009 and also sat on the Ofcom Advisory committee for England between 2012 – 2016, where he ensured a strong focus on innovation, technology and small businesses.

 
Each session will run from 9.30 – 1pm and a Kosher Vegetarian lunch will be provided.