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September Social Media: The Doctor Who Guide to Social Media Strategy

Like many Netsquared groups around the country, Net2Chi is joining the "Social Media September" movement, focusing on how non-profits, community organizations, social entrepreneurs, and other change agents can use social media to engage their constituents.

At Net2Chi, we're going one better - we're focusing on social media strategy, but we're doing things different.

Since evenings can be busy, we're holding a lunch and learn. We're also holding it at a great venue, and we're celebrating the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.

We'll be presenting on social media strategy - knowing how to identify your audience, selecting the right tools and message, and establishing measurement and metrics - through the prism of the classic British science fiction series. (If you've attended a previous Net2Chi focusing on Sherlock Holmes and social media, you'll have a great idea of what we're talking about).


Whether you're a small to mid-size non-profit, a social venture developing your marketing strategy, or a community organization wondering how to start, this is a great opportunity for you. With Social Media Week coming in late September, this is a good way to get a head-start on learning how to make an impact. You'll gain insights, resources, and most importantly - information.

In short, this is one presentation which will be bigger on the inside. Please join us, and feel free to invite your colleagues - this is one Net2Chi session you really don't want to miss!

(Please note - although the event is free to attend, you are responsible for your own food, tax, and gratuity....and you are more than welcome to brown bag as well)

 


 

Organizers:

Gordon Dymowski has over ten years' experience in public health community mobilization, from working on tobacco control and clean air policy to working with chemical dependency and the homeless. Currently, Gordon has shifted to the corporate side, working as social media analyst/strategist and researcher. Gordon also has over fifteen years involvement in the online realm, starting with the Prodigy BB, and currently blogs about comics, television, and pop culture at http://www.blogthispa..., and also blogs about social media and civic engagement at metroshrink.com.

Vincent McCaskill is an IT Service Professional that consults small business and non-profits on practical and innovative ways to use technology. He also provides technology training services to the same.

 

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  • Trisha D.

    Thanks for the Dr. Who social media guide - well worth putting out as a webcast and sharing.

    September 10, 2013

    • A former member
      A former member

      Did people take photos or video the event?

      September 10, 2013

  • Tina

    Holle everyone

    August 26, 2013

  • Gordon D.

    Just a heads-up: already have some great swag to give away (thanks to Tech Soup), and I'm hoping to use my contacts to have a very extra special incentive for attendees....

    August 24, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    This is the current champion for BEST EVENT TITLE EVER!

    August 14, 2013

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