Social media strategy seminar roundup

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The seminar yesterday in Edinburgh went pretty well, I think. We had a great turnout – about 30 people – which was surprising as we were only expecting 25, and meant we had to find some extra room. Luckily the staff at COSLA were very accommodating!

Thanks also to Mike and the team at the Improvement Service for their help in laying on the seminar.

The session was run on the lines of going through the stages of a social media strategy, with me doing some introductory words, then groups discussing the issues, and then filling in the relevant section of their workbook, and some feedback. Rinse and repeat for each section…

Here are the slides I used. The most useful bits are probably the questions to consider when completing that bit of the strategy.

If you can’t see the embed above, then here’s a PDF copy to download.

Here’s the workbook.

Here’s a Word version if you’d like one you can edit and play around with.

Would anyone else be interested in attending a session like this? Let me know!

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Dave Briggs runs Kind of Digital, an online innovation agency helping organisations make themselves more interesting using the web. He's been writing this blog since 2004 and still isn't bored.
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2 Responses to Social media strategy seminar roundup

  1. Rowan says:

    Great session yesterday, good to meet up with other folk in the same boat and we took away lots of ideas to chew over.

  2. sue gill says:

    yep, good event – thanks for getting us all together and thinking about what we want to achieve. Some really interesting points raised and lots of common ground. Maybe we could have some further sessions in our areas to avoid everyone travelling too far?

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