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Making Facebook Work for You

Facebook

 
Date:
Wednesday 14 November 2018
Time:
9:30am to 12:30pm
Location:
Community Waikato, 33 Victoria Street, Hamilton
Cost:
$65 for community, or $130 non-community organisations
 
You will get the most out of this workshop if you bring a device that can access Facebook during the workshop. Free WIFI is available during the workshop.
 
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Workshop details:
Have you created an organisational Facebook page and are wondering “What Next?”. Do you want tips on how to use Facebook more effectively to maintain relationships, and engage your communities?

This workshop could be just what you are looking for.
  • Discover how Facebook helps not-for-profit organisations
  • Get familiar with common Facebook terms
  • Learn what makes a good post and how you can encourage more people to engage
  • Learn how to manage your time better by developing a calendar of Facebook post topics, and learn how to schedule your posts
  • Develop a social media policy for your organisation
  • Discuss how to measure success on Facebook
  • Take away some useful templates and ideas to use on your own Facebook pages
  • Learn about the upcoming changes to Facebook that will affect organisations
 


Facilitator: 
 
Kim Cable resize Kim Cable is Director of Hamilton based marketing firm Markethub Marketing Services. She is also the Marketing and Communications Manager at Community Waikato.

University qualified in Marketing, Kim has over 20 years’ experience in various marketing roles.  This experience was gained by working in a number of different industries, from local government to corporate, small to large organisations; consequently she has a broad range of knowledge and skills working with many different types of people and customers.  

Kim has delivered a range of marketing workshops targeted toward not-for-profit organisations over the last 4 years.

Kim is also a member of the Fundraising Institute of New Zealand (FINZ), that promotes ethical fundraising, and has had fundraising experience working for the not-for-profit and educational sectors.

 

Testimonials:

"Very helpful and useful and it answered my questions"

"The workshop was relevant and informative. Great ideas and suggestions brought forward. I am looking forward to utilising what was learnt. Thank you" 

"Outlined the tools on Facebook you thought you already used well...but now can use better!"

"Great insight into Facebook for organisations and understanding its benefits"

"Very informative and covers a lot that I wasn't aware of"

 

 
   


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