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MyCharityConnects Victoria - Back to Basics: Developing a Social Media Strategy for Your Org.

by on Apr 19, 2012

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You’ve dipped your toes into social media: you’ve got a Facebook page, Twitter feed, YouTube channel, and CEO blog set up. ...

You’ve dipped your toes into social media: you’ve got a Facebook page, Twitter feed, YouTube channel, and CEO blog set up.

But now what?

Back up.

Social media is about free and open conversations online but your organization still needs to have a plan of action. Take a hold of your communications plan and start afresh.

This workshop is for organizations that dipped (or maybe dove headfirst) into social media, but are now wondering what the next steps are and how they can make their social media investment more focused and worthwhile.

Attendees Will Walk Away With:
- Knowledge of how social media is changing the way nonprofits operate and what it means to be a networked nonprofit
- Tips on how to determine which social networks your organization's key audiences are using and how to create a social media strategy
- Information on receiving buy-in from staff, management, and boards

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