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NEW DATE: Social Media - Tips for success

Our webinar on social media tips for success will show you how to get the most out of each tool for campaigning and raising your profile.


Chris Lott Social Media Explained (with Donuts)

Chris Lott Social Media Explained (with Donuts) (Photo: Chris Lott)

A FREE Lasa webinar on Social Media - Tips for success; 2-3pm Tuesday 11 November 2014

Book here: https://webinar-social-media-success-tips.eventbrite.co.uk

Social media matters. It's huge and still growing (Facebook users constitute the world's third biggest nation behind China and India), it can be a cost-effective way complement your existing communications, drive traffic to your website and increase supporter engagement.

But where do you start? Whether you are already using social media - like Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Youtube - this one hour webinar delivered by social media guru, Paul Webster, will show you how to get the most out of each tool for campaigning and raising your profile, for connecting with funders and policy-makers and social media best practices.

Some of the topics we'll cover are:

  • why social media still matters to charities
  • what is social media good for and not so good for
  • how to engage with stakeholders and supporters
  • learning from what other people are doing with social media
  • planning for success - doing social media better


Presenter:
Paul Webster is a social media surgeon with many years experience of helping charities to build communities and bring people together. You can find him @watfordgap.

Technical stuff:

Attending a webinar is easy - all you will need is a computer with a broadband connection to the internet, and a phone if you wish to join the conversation. Alternatively, headphones or speakers will enable you to hear the webinar and an online chat function enable you to ask questions. You can use Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, Firefox or Safari.

Supported by:
Lasa would like to acknowledge the support of the Department of Health and London Councils.

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