May 10, 2021

Maori News & Indigenous Views

Putting social media to real good use: 2 workshops, May 2013

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To make the most out of a Facebook page, YouTube and similar networks its important to stop and reflect on how things are going.

Two workshops being run in Auckland by master trainer and writer Beth Kanter will equip participants with tools and techniques to improve their social media use.

Beth is author of two books on how not for profit organisations can benefit from social media. She has delivered training in locations as diverse as Pakistan, Tunisia, South America and Australia, as well in her home country USA.

The two workshops being offered are:

Improving social networking practice with measurement workshop

Saturday 11 May, Makaurau Marae, Mangere

To gain real traction with social media demands continual time and effort. During this workshop Beth will share her experience and models so that participants can extend their social media practice. Intermediate level. Co-hosted by Mangere East Family Service Centre.

Be networked, use measurement and create change through social media workshop

1-5pm Monday 13 May, Fickling Centre, Mt Albert

A workshop for people in community organisations and other not for profits who want to better understand the power of online networking, and how measurement can improve your organisations social media presence. Introductory level.

Co-hosted by Volunteering Auckland.

More details and online registration:

Beth Kanters visit to Aotearoa is being organised by Stephen Blyth, of Raumati South business Common Knowledge supporting good causes to communicate online for change.


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