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Social Media Workshop for Charities
Fri, April 28, 2017, 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM BST
Social media is increasingly becoming popular as people continue to use it to interact and find information daily. This provides a unique opportunity to reach your audience, fundraise, increase awareness or recruit volunteers. Your audience is on social media and so you should be.
Ethic Digital is offering a social media workshop for charities. This amazing workshop is a 2 hour session in the heart of London, supporting charities big and small to gain social media knowledge, and how it can help support their organisation's goals.
The workshop will cover the following topics:
Why your charity needs social media?: Understand the digital environment and why it’s important to embrace the opportunities it present, both for small and large charities.
Social media key trends and how to use them: learn about the current key trends in social media and how to use them to fundraise for your cause.
Steps to develop a social media strategy: learn to create a comprehensive social media strategy that is effective and contributes to the growth of your organisation.
Tools and technology you can use for social media: Have a list of free and paid for tools available for the effective use of social media.
Q & A : Ask the questions that are challenging to you about social media for your organisation.
At the end of the workshop:
- Understand the importance of social media in today’s digital landscape and the potential it has to grow your organisation.
- Be able to develop a comprehensive social media strategy that will drive your organisation’s goals.
- Learn current social media key trends that will help you fundraise for your cause.
- Be able to define your social media marketing objectives and metrics for success.
- Identify the social media tools that will be most effective for your organisation.
Book now – places are limited!
Speaker: Nana Koomson
Nana Koomson is the Director of Ethic Digital Limited. She has worked in communication and marketing in the charity sector and has helped a number of small charities to understand and grow their organisation through social media. Nana is passionate about sharing her knowledge of social media with charities to help them thrive in a digital world to maximise their social impact. She holds a Master’s degree in Marketing and is a member of the Institute of Directors.