Wednesday, 8 April, 2020
4:00 pm - 4:45 pm
Following on from the highly successful workshop in January, Sue Llewellyn from Ultra social (now a Surrey Hills Member) has kindly offered to run a webinar on using social Media during these unprecedented times.
With so many pressures on our time and attention at the moment, it’s difficult to be able to think about anything clearly – especially about promoting our businesses using social media. So just how can you stay afloat on social? And why is social media so important at a time like this?
Sue will be here to offer advice and fresh ideas in this free Zoom session. She is also happy for you to pick her brains and share tips for adapting your social media strategy and ensuring you get the right tone in your posts.
She will focus predominantly on Instagram – and in a fortnight she will be doing a special session on LinkedIn – but she will also touch on other platforms and a range of different content ideas, apps and tools.
DO YOU HAVE A SPECIFIC QUESTION?
It’s open house for social media advice and Sue is happy to take questions in advance. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org or find her all social media platforms @suellewellyn
Sue Llewellyn Profile
“I am passionate about the psychology of social media and empowering others to communicate effectively online. I work with leadership teams to help inspire staff and together we shape effective social strategies.
Building on 35 years experience in PR, Broadcast Journalism and a degree in Psychology, I combine strategic insight with practical understanding of what works and what doesn’t in turning you, your people and your organization social.
Following a 15-year career as a journalist and reporter at BBC News, I’ve worked with some of the biggest names in media and journalism both as a colleague and as a social media strategist and trainer.
For the last 10 years I’ve helped a range of organizations to shape strategic thinking and social digital engagement, both internally and externally. Working with the BBC Academy since 2009 I introduced Twitter to the BBC Newsroom and have designed content strategies, delivered and led social media training to over 6000 journalists and communications professionals across the BBC, Team GB, The FT, The Foreign and Commonwealth Office and many other businesses.
Passionate about the power of business to do social good, I also work with NGOs and Charities such as UNHCR, MSF and regularly mentor entrepreneurs and SMEs especially in the food, drink and wellness industries.
I also regularly speak at conferences across Europe about the psychology of social media, empowering women and driving digital change in newsrooms.”
Bookings are closed for this event.
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