The webinar series will make you think about areas for consideration and development.
Topic: Volunteer Organisations Utilising Social Media Beyond Just Posting Stories
There’s a right and wrong way to ‘do’ social media.
This webinar will teach you powerful insights and practical tools to help you build a strong, engaging social media presence that will foster a loyal community of ambassadors, while increasing volunteer numbers.
Big, small, new or old—your organisation will benefit from this webinar.
What will we cover?
- Content creation: what to post and when
- How to increase engagement on your social media
- Using search tools to discover your target audience and the best way to interact with them
- Analytics, page insights and maximising results
- Developing your organisation’s ‘voice’
- Building your Facebook page community
- And much more!
You will receive access to materials after the workshop.
Who should attend?
- Have you established pages/profiles but don’t ‘update’ regularly?
- Do you want to improve results from your social media activity?
- Are you yet to use social media, really USE it?
- Are you still concerned about the risks of using social media?
About the trainers?
Liz Buchanan, Ember Solutions
Liz is a speaker, trainer and digital communications strategist who specialises in social media. She is passionate about incorporating this online communication tool to improve overall digital strategy and engagement with stakeholders.
Her career began in the financial industry in Australia and the UK. She then moved to not-for-profit state sporting organisations and government. Liz now runs her own business, Ember Solutions, developing and implementing social media and digital marketing strategies for her clients.
In varying industries she has accumulated over 20 years’ experience in marketing, management and project management. Liz keeps current with marketing and social media trends. She has also tutored and lectured in various undergraduate and postgraduate marketing subjects at Queensland University of Technology and Griffith University for 20 years.
Time frames: 10am – 12noon