Social NetworkingMethods of Campaigning
What makes a good ‘online campaign’?1. Exposure                            People need to see your page! Getting 5        ...
What makes a good ‘online campaign’?1. Exposure2. Organisation3. CreativityA member of your group shouldbe responsible for...
What makes a good ‘online campaign’?1. Exposure2. Organisation3. CreativityYour campaign has to catchpeoples’ attention.Ma...
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  1. 1. Social NetworkingMethods of Campaigning
  2. 2. What makes a good ‘online campaign’?1. Exposure People need to see your page! Getting 5 likes or followers is not an option! Don’t2. Organisation create a Facebook page or Twitter account unless you know you can reach3. Creativity a wide audience, the time might be better used on something else otherwise. Try to get support from outside school. Many students will be bored of page invites – your family and friends outside of school might be more likely to read your page. Invite 5 people then ask them to invite 5 more and so on – watch your Likes/Followers grow…
  3. 3. What makes a good ‘online campaign’?1. Exposure2. Organisation3. CreativityA member of your group shouldbe responsible for frequentupdates or tweets.You need to get people talkingabout your issue and you can onlydo this by asking questions /informing them of key facts /starting a debate.The number of comments/retweets/messages willdemonstrate your success at this
  4. 4. What makes a good ‘online campaign’?1. Exposure2. Organisation3. CreativityYour campaign has to catchpeoples’ attention.Make sure your pagebackgrounds/ cover photos arecreatively chosen/designed andchange them frequently torefresh your lookBe sure to use your campaignslogan in prominent places (aswith the red image to the right)

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