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How to get your message across

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Some ideas for how local (parish and town) councils can engage online, quickly, easily and without much - or any - cost.

Some ideas for how local (parish and town) councils can engage online, quickly, easily and without much - or any - cost.

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    How to get your message across How to get your message across Presentation Transcript

    • Getting to everyone – how to get your message across Norfolk ALC & SLCC conference 2nd July 2012
    • @davebriggsdave@kindofdigital.comwww.davepress.net
    • Need to combine traditionalcomms with new approaches
    • Not everyone is onlineBut not everyone is offline, either
    • Traditional comms have their online equivalents
    • Noticeboards = website Newsletters = email listsMeetings = social networks
    • Some quick and simple ideas for online communication
    • Tweet a meeting
    • Twitter.comStorify.com – to collect tweets together
    • Start an email newsletter
    • Mailchimp.com
    • Map your parish
    • Google.co.uk/maps
    • Ask for ideas
    • Wordpress.com orIdeascale.com
    • Verify a decision
    • Wordpress.com
    • Run a web chat
    • Twitter.com orCoveritlive.com
    • Hold a Skype surgery
    • Skype.com
    • Become a local online hub
    • Not a technical thing!Open your website to the community.
    • Any questions?
    • hello@kindofdigital.comwww.kindofdigital.comtwitter.com/kindofdigital