Social media training workshop: Write your brand's social media strategy
An online social media training workshop that develops your inner strategist
Even as a seasoned comms professional, it can feel overwhelming to start from scratch or rewrite your organisation’s social media strategy.
Social media specialist Hel Reynolds will take you through everything you need to know to write your organisation’s social media strategy.
Create a clear mission for how you’re going to communicate with your audiences online.
What happens when you have invested the time and got the inspiration you need to get this right:
Time-management becomes easier
Your content creation is more creative
You can be more proactive
Your evaluation becomes meaningful
You gain the support you need from leaders in your organisation
BY THE WAY: All our social media training workshops now take place online.
Which means you have a lower carbon footprint, and can more easily fit training around your schedule!
media strategy training workshop is perfect if:
You’ve been asked to create a social media strategy and don’t know where to start
You want more to give your digital communications a more purposeful and strategic focus
You want to write a strategy that gets used and doesn’t gather dust on a shelf
Buy the online social media strategist course
Buy the Social Media Strategist Course for one person
Learn all the steps you need to take to write your org's social media strategy
Access the recorded lessons in your own time, for one year
Download the workbook to capture your thinking and decisions
Perfect for busy comms professionals and first-time strategy writers
Bespoke social media strategy programme
Two 3-hour video teaching and coaching sessions for up to 5 people
Get personalised expert advice to.design the best possible strategy for your brand, and support to make you a social media strategist
Download a handy social media strategy writing workbook to capture your thinking and decisions as we go
1 year of access to lessons, guides and resources on our learning platform.
Bring to life your brand's blueprint for a successful and creative social media strategy
The online social media training workshops are chatty and fun, with teaching and lots of practical tasks and discussions.
It will give you a chance to reflect on the best approach for your organisation to meet its objectives.
Hel Reynolds guides you through, and you use your expertise to start writing your strategy.
🟨 Defining your social media brand
🟨 Setting objectives
🟨 Network & content strategy
🟨 Identifying & finding audiences
🟨 A process for listening & engagement
🟨 Channels strategy
🟨 Evaluation and reportinsocial media training
Our clients say:
♞ “I’m now more effective in dealing with social media issues and I’m currently putting together a great social media strategy that describes our brand, tone and vision for our online communities.”
♟️ “We have significantly increased audiences, have better content, and better evaluation.”
♛ “We created a strategy that’s working! It really helped us start to get the best from each of our channels.”
Had the best day with some amazingly talented and lovely #comms pros on my social media strategy workshop - they even agreed to be on video after a long day strategising 😊👍🏼⭐️ pic.twitter.com/JhLF2HoANG— Hel Reynolds “Keep the change, ya filthy animal” (@HelReynolds) February 2, 2018
Really productive day spent focusing on #NHScomms for @IpswichHosp and @ColchesterNHSFT with @Ali_Bailey_ @HazelGByford, @NHScommsChris and the team. Massive thanks to @HelReynolds for your insight 👍🏼— Liz Hearnshaw (@LizHearnshaw) April 25, 2018
Had a fantastic day picking up some new skills in #some strategy with @HelReynolds. Also great to share ideas with other #digital #communications professionals. Check out Hel's courses - well worth a look! pic.twitter.com/9BR5ZcGZnb— Chad Welch (@Chad_Welch) February 2, 2018
Thanks Helen for helping the team to press the reset button and to focus on what really matters to our patients, communities and staff.— Colchester Hospital (@ColchesterNHS) April 25, 2018