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Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside
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Social newtworking: A case study on using social media to promote countryside

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Slides to show how social media can be used to promote countryside with a case study on Morgan Bowers at Walsall Council. On Twitter, Facebook and Flickr she is @walsallwildlife.

Slides to show how social media can be used to promote countryside with a case study on Morgan Bowers at Walsall Council. On Twitter, Facebook and Flickr she is @walsallwildlife.

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  • 2. Presentation: Dan Slee, Walsall Council<br />Case study: Morgan Bowers, Walsall Council countryside officer<br />Twitter: @walsallwildlife<br />Facebook: @walsallwildlife<br />Flickr: @walsallwildlife<br />Social newtworking<br />
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  • 5. Linked to Flickr...<br />
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  • 11. On Facebook...<br />

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