This is the public version (with some redaction) of the slides from a social media training session I ran at RSPB Sandwell valley.
The RSPB are the largest Wildlife charity in Europe, with over 1 million members.
I was asked to attend a media training day at the RSPB Sandwell Valley nature reserve to run the social media element of a media training day. We also had several 'break out' sessions where attendees of the training session brainstormed various ideas for social media use within their organisation - this culminated in the planning of how to use social media to:
* Promote a local event in advance
* Maintain engagement during the event by leveraging the power of social media
* Use social media after the event to re-connect with those that attended and drive awareness to those that missed the event, to boost attendee figures for next year's event.
This slideshow contains much of the content we covered during the day, with some parts redacted for privacy reasons.
If you're interested in learning more about the great work the RSPB does, visit: https://www.rspb.org.uk/
If you're interested in learning more about how social media can help your charity or business, contact Mike Gracia (email@example.com) for a chat:
http://www.mikegracia.com/ (my blog and freelance site)
http://www.thinkabledigital.com/ (The digital agency I also work for)