As part of the WSP 2015 Seminar Series – Waterford Sports Partnership in conjunction with the Dungarvan Enterprise Centre is running a Social Media for Sports Clubs Workshop on Thursday 14th May – Places are limited – Early booking advised.
THIS PRACTICAL WORKSHOP WILL COVER:
Setting up a Facebook Page for your Club | Managing the Page | Building your Fan Base
Do’s and Don’ts on Facebook | Useful Tips & Tricks
If time permits on the night the tutor will also cover Twitter and YouTube
The Workshop is being designed to give maximum benefit to the attendees. The content will be tailored to the audience. Places are limited to 20. To benefit fully from the training participants are encouraged to bring a laptop or tablet with them (Please note: we have a limited supply of laptops for anyone who has no access to one – please ask when booking)
The Workshop Presenter is Mags Durand O’Connor: Mags’ background is in Marketing, having worked for full service marketing agencies and multi-nationals ntl, SEAT and ABB. Her areas of expertise are sales, digital marketing and social media. She currently runs Dungarvan Enterprise Centre and works for WIT as a lecturer in social media. Mags has been delivering social media training since 2009, her focus is on helping you to understand what social media can do for your club and working with you to develop a plan for attracting new fans, interacting with current members and showcasing the work of your club.
Social Media for Sports Clubs Workshop
Thursday 14th May | 6.30 to 9.30pm
Dungarvan Enterprise Centre, Main Street, Dungarvan
Cost : €10 per person | Limited Places | Don’t delay register today!
Download a Registration Form here
For further information please contact
Karen Phelan, Communications Officer, Waterford Sports Partnership
on (058) 21192 or email: email@example.com
Waterford Sports Partnership Club Development Seminar Series 2015
Sharing knowledge between sports and promoting positive change
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Article Modified: December 14, 2018 11:43 am