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Six Steps to developing your own Social Media Strategy
Mon 11 July 2016, 13:00 – 16:30 BST
It is estimated that over £2.4billion is donated online in the UK every year. There is no doubt that the internet has opened up many opportunities for fundraisers and charity workers to raise awareness of their campaigns and objectives, but without a solid strategy it’s difficult to stand out above the noise. This workshop will walk you through the process of developing a Social Media strategy, from identifying your target audience to developing a content plan aimed at maximum engagement. In 2014, 55% of people who engaged with a not-for-profit on Social Media took some form of action, is that a statistic you can afford to ignore?
This session is being run by DigiEnable, a Digital Training, SEO & Content Services company, based in the NW. With a background of 20+ years working in the third sector, DigiEnable is well placed to support the Institute of Fundraising's participants. DigiEnable offers a wide range of fun and engaging workshops, include Audio production, Video production, Social Media, Web design, Understanding software, bespoke delivery and more. DigiEnable’s aim is to demystify technology by creating workshops that will enable anyone, regardless of ability, to engage with IT and the online world, using simple tools and free software. DigiEnable believes with the right training, and the right support, barriers can be removed and a whole new world can be opened.
DigiEnable is proud of the relationship it has with Businesses, Councils and Charitable Organisations across the UK, delivering information relevant to their needs, specific to their sector.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Please note that your booking can only be guaranteed once payment has been received. Bookings should be received by Friday, 1st July 2016. Late cancellations may be subject to a cancellation fee if a replacement delegate cannot be found. Cancellations after 30th June cannot be refunded.