|Date||June 13 2014 (1:30pm – 4:30pm)|
|Venue||Etc Venues, Moorgate, London, United Kingdom|
|Duration||About 3 hours|
About the course
A half-day immersion into Twitter. This seminar is designed for those who have some experience using Twitter, have set up a Twitter account but wish to take their Twitter strategy to the next level.
The trainer will cover Twitter basics to ensure that attendees Twitter presences are fully optimised, but will focus on more intermediate to advanced elements of the social media platform.
Who should attend?
This course is ideal for strategists or practitioners who need to understand Twitter and improve their knowledge and skills.
How will I benefit?
- Understand what Twitter is and how it is evolving
- Evaluate how Twitter can support your business objectives and be incorporated into your business, marketing, communications or business strategy
- LEarn from brands and organisations who use Twitter effectively
What will I learn?
The course covers:
- An introduction to Twitter - how it works and the basics
- Creating a Twitter strategy
- Creating a best practice Twitter presence
- Best practice content and engagement techniques
- The good, the bad and the ugly - best and worst practice from organisations and brands
- How to use Twitter for audience/customer/stakeholder/influencer research, content curation, brand monitoring etc.
- Monitoring your organisation, brand and keywords through Twitter
- Advanced Twitter features
- Twitter advertising
- The top Twitter tools and add-ons
- Measuring the impact of Twitter
- Twitter and the law
Michelle Goodall is an online communications specialist consultant and trainer. Her areas of expertise are Public Relations, Online Public Relations, Social Media, Issues Management, Community Management and Content Strategy
Formerly Digital Director at top 20 UK PR agency, Lexis Public Relations, she has over 14 years’ strategic communications consultancy and implementation experience working on award winning PR campaigns, social media strategies and issues management projects with many large organisations including London2012, RSPCA, Norwich Union, Coca Cola, TUI, Domino’s, eBay, Camelot, Diageo and Barclaycard.
Michelle understands how evolving digital technologies are affecting organisations and how traditional B2B and B2C marketing and communication models need to change.
She has helped many organisations evolve their business strategies to incorporate social media and to gear themselves for the opportunities and risks. Morag Reavely, New Media Manager at London2012 says, “Michelle has an amazing depth of knowledge of her subject area and is an outstanding communicator…she tailors each session to her audience, ensuring they get exactly what they need from the time invested. Michelle is a pleasure to work with from start to finish.”
Michelle’s has trained over 1,500 marketers in online communications and social media including in-house teams from the London2012, COI, CNN, Platinum Guild, Random House, Penguin, British Council and Phillips’ global customer service team.
She is a judge for the Direct Marketing Association and Econsultancy Innovation Annual Awards and a regular speaker. Listed in Freshnetworks Top 20 Social Media speakers and experts, Michelle is described as, “especially good at educating an audience to give them a common understanding of social media.”
Michelle (rarely) blogs at http://michellegoodall.posterous.com/ econsultancy.com/blog ,(frequently) tweets as @greenwellys on Twitter and can be found on LinkedIn
firstname.lastname@example.org 0207 269 1470
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