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PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation
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PULSE Training Institute: Social Media Presentation

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Considering the ever-changing landscape of social media, an overview of selected free social media resources and how they can benefit non-profit music education organizations.

Considering the ever-changing landscape of social media, an overview of selected free social media resources and how they can benefit non-profit music education organizations.

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  • 1. SOCIAL MEDIAWHERE DO I FIT IN? A guided tour: how to navigate the options and best represent your organization
  • 2. WHY IT’S IMPORTANT Even the nightly news provides twitter hashtags during theirevening reports or engage the audience to visit their facebook page sothey can contribute to “the conversation” What dialogue is important to you? Deciding what conversationyou want to have with your audience will help define how you usesocial media
  • 3. SO MANY CHOICES! TWITTER FACEBOOK FOURSQUARE INSTAGRAM YOU TUBE LINKED IN PINTEREST LAST.FM GOOGLE + VIMEO
  • 4. FACEBOOK Profiles vs. Pages  Posting Timeline vs. Regular Profile • Scheduling • Adding location Customization • Targeting by location • Favorites  facebook.com/berkleePULSE • Settings  facebook.com/ghostboxorchestra About info • Mission/Description  Insights • Other web presences • How to contact your org
  • 5. TWITTER http://www.momthisishowtwitterworks.com/ Twitter users RT (ReTweet) or MT (Modified Tweet) Hashtags #musiced #musicedtech #howtobeawesome Customizing your page www.twitter.com/berkleePULSE Third-party software – Tweetdeck, Hootsuite, etc.
  • 6. YOUTUBE
  • 7. YOUTUBE Great way to showcase talent at your site Create playlists for your students Find tutorials to share Excellent source for sounds Engaging historical context for students learning music
  • 8. INSTAGRAM
  • 9. KEEPING CONNECTED There is a new thread in the Teacher Forums under“discuss: network sites” Please share links to the social media that is used by yoursite
  • 10. THE END THANK YOU! Nazli Greenprounounced “Nazla”ngreen@berklee.edu

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