Monday, 1 December 2014

Today Speaking Media for Social Good -The Albany Learning andConference Center

Speaking Media for Social Good -The Albany Learning and Conference Center 


With great thanks to Ross McCulloch @Thirdsectorlab  (Third Sector Lab - Digital agency for charities │ Head of Communications Founder  ) for the kind invite to speak at the Social Media for Social Good  December 5th 

You can get more details for the event The Albany Learning and Conference Center by clicking the link HERE 

I have had the great privilege to speak for Ross before and I look forward to attending,learning and speaking on December 5th 

         09.00 Registration and refreshments

9.30 Speaker - Kevin Gilmartin

10.00 Workshop session one

Perfect planning: Time and multi-channel management for busy people

Funder’s perspective: How you can use social media to achieve your aims
and demonstrate outcomes

Connected housing: how housing associations and social housing
charities can utilise social media

Building buzz - How social media could transform your next event

11.00 Refreshments

11.15 Workshop session two
Full repeat of session one

12.15 Lunch

1.00 Speaker - Iain McWhirter

1.30 Workshop session three
Super storytelling: using simple video and audio to transform your case studies

Search engine secrets: using SEO for awareness raising, fundraising and more

Young people online: safety, privacy and policy for third sector organisations

Dads rock: using Facebook, Twitter and more to engage dads, raise funds

2.30 Refreshments

2.45 Workshop session four
Full repeat of session three

3.45 Speaker - Tommy Whitelaw

4.15 Closing remarks and feedback

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