How to get the best out of social media

•types of social media: What’s right for you? •a look at Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, LinkedIn and Instagram – trends and audience •how to tackle social media as an organisation: -planning -setting goals -developing processes. -great content! Tell your story, engage your audience and build followers. -measuring and improving your efforts

Conference Room, Social Economy Village, Work West, 1B Hannahstown Hill, Belfast BT17 0XS


09:30 AM




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