FREE - Social Media Training

FREE - Social Media Training

Dear member of the voluntary and community sector

Social Media Training

Wednesday 28 November 2018

North West Leicestershire District Council, Council Chamber, Council Offices, Coalville, Leicestershire, LE67 3FJ

Session 1 14:00hrs – 16:30hrs

Session 2 17:00hrs – 19:30hrs

This training is FREE and available to all members of the voluntary and community sector.

NWLDC is fortunate to be able to deliver to you FREE training by Operations Director of the UK's longest established social media training specialists. He has trained many of the world's biggest brands and worked with clients across the globe. In government sectors, he trains over 30 local authorities.

He is known for his understanding of the challenges faced by local authorities and community teams in the UK. He gives a unique insight into how to utilise the most powerful and little-known techniques on social media for communicating your message to a target audience.

Why attend?

• Hear the latest trends and research

• Find out how to show your community personality

• Boost your presence and reach of your message

• Find your audience in ways used by many of the world's biggest retailers and track conversation

and what your community is talking about

What will be covered?

• Why Twitter is essential in local community social media reach

• Why, What and When to tweet

• Using freely available tools to get powerful audience data

• UK scheduling and shifting trends

• Find out why your Facebook page isn't performing and how to change it

• Explore content ideas and discover what your Facebook audience wants to see and why

• See why video content is more important than ever and how Live Video is changing our habits

Who should attend?

• Anyone with an interest in communicating a message to an audience in a community

• From beginner to advanced level, the session accounts for all knowledge levels

• Those wanting to monitor conversation on specific subjects important to a community

All members of the voluntary and community sector are welcome to attend. You can and book places by emailing or by telephoning 01530 454740.

Posted: Fri, 09 Nov 2018 14:18 by Sam Lockwood

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