Among the usual Facebook posts about silly pets, tasty meals and holidays are those showing friends and family having fun. But what if your great night out was caught on video? A laugh yes, but maybe not so funny if your drunken antics were seen online by your employer? The instant nature of social media,… Continue reading Five tips to avoid a social media meltdown
In partnership with local CVS organisations, Green Pepper has added two new dates for the popular workshop Promoting Your Organisation on Social Media. This workshop is aimed at those who use social media on behalf of their organisation, but have no marketing background. However, unlike previous workshops in this series, there will be a greater emphasis… Continue reading Social media workshops: new dates
Social media is changing how we reach out to people. In the last general election both the Conservative party and Labour used targeted social media advertising extensively to reach potential supporters. In the US, social media, and sadly, the spread of fake news stories, is said to have helped secure Donald Trump’s election. Truth or… Continue reading Social media champions will help your online community grow
Proper planning will be worth the effort... Among the many issues facing the voluntary sector is the need to improve capacity in digital skills. As such, getting your social media right is an important step in this direction. The problem is though, while many of us have accounts on networks like Facebook and Twitter, moving… Continue reading Are you leaving your Social Media output to chance?