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Social Media for Social Change (Part II) with Keenan Wellar, May 3, 2011
 

Social Media for Social Change (Part II) with Keenan Wellar, May 3, 2011

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In January 2011, we offered the session “Social Media for Social Change” with Keenan Wellar of LiveWorkPlay. It was so well received that I approached Keenan to come in again…

Keenan’s coming back to discuss the topic in a bit more depth. You can even contacthim with any suggestions or questions that you may have around social media. He’s going to customize the workshop based on YOUR NEEDS!

Using accessible language, this workshop will explore opportunities and challenges for building an effective social media strategy that is fully integrated with other organizational activities.

Tools will include Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, and blogs. This workshop will be of interest to volunteers, staff, board members, and others who are involved with non-profit organizations that are seeking to establish or enhance their social media marketing efforts.

Many charitable organizations are facing challenges of volunteer recruitment as well as staff and board succession planning. Find out how social media can add to your network of volunteers and supporters.

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