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Social Media Surgery - hands on help with social media
Are you confused by Facebook, Twitter, Linked In and all of those social media terms? Is it all just a confusing new world for you and you feel like the only person on the planet who doesn't have a clue about social media? Can they really help you get a job, find new customers for your community project and spread the word about your upcoming community event? Now's your chance to find out with experienced, friendly people. What's a Social Media Surgery? A Social Media Surgery is an informal gathering at which volunteer "surgeons" with expertise in social media, offer free advice to representatives of non-profit organisations, charities, community groups, activists, or individuals who need a bit of a hand to get their life back on track (for example, if you are unemployed, disabled, etc). Format: Hands on!! For approximately 30 minutes, you will sit with to someone who understands good ways to use the internet. Someone who will listen to what you do, and then show you free, useful tools which can help you to learn more about how to use the web to communicate your message, to run a campaign or to collaborate with other individuals and organisations. If you like what you see they can also help you set up your blog, Facebook page or Twitter account. It may be that this is not for you but if you know or work with someone you think would benefit then please do pass the information over to them. Surgeries are relaxed and informal and hands on. No presentations, no jargon unexplained and importantly with nobody telling people what they think they should know. They work on a first come first served basis - you can always have a cup of tea and a chat while you wait if all the 'surgeons' are with other people! So sign up today by phoning Cambridge Online on[masked] or emailing [masked] Cambridge Online is an educational charity promoting digital access for all. It has a network of local community access points in Cambridge, a specialist accessibility service supporting disabled people, and a mentoring programme for volunteer digital champions. They are partners with Cambridge City Council and Good Things Foundation and are part of the Online Centres Network. This event is free and open to anyone interested in learning about using web and mobile technology for social benefit.

The Meadows Community Centre

1 St Catherine's Road, Arbury, Cambridge CB4 3XJ · Cambridgeshire

What we're about

What is Net2Camb?

Net2Camb is a free monthly event for people in and around the Cambridge area interested in using web or mobile technology for social good. Whether you are a nonprofit organization in the traditional sense, a venture capitalist, a programmer, an individual with a great idea, or a social changemaker, Net2Camb is here to help you make connections and create a community around innovating for good in Cambridge. These events are great opportunities to learn what others are trying, see successful projects and platforms, hear about developing technologies, make new friends and collaborate on new projects.

We hold regular Social Media Surgeries where we offer free advice and support to local not for profit groups and organisations.

Net2Camb is part of a global NetSquared ( movement of innovators in more than 70 cities around the world.

Get involved here in Cambridge: ( – for meetup reminders and registration ( - for quick updates and sharing of ideas and resources

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Hope to see you soon,

Ellie Stoneley, Mel Findlater and Andrew Entecott

The team behind Net2Camb

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