Social Media Strategy Course – Valentine’s Day Competition

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How to do a social media strategy online course with homework and writing content calendars, setting goals, target audience and key influencers. Valentines Day campaign includes a social media strategy competition.

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Social Media Online Courses and Training

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Online courses on social media – video lectures, case studies, statistics and homework consisting of understanding a brief and responding with a social media strategy or campaign or measurement tools etc. Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and other platforms training.

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Tweeting during a crisis: #SocialMedia Voice

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Why I tweeted what I did, during the Sydney Siege. Crisis Comms and managing negative tweets. Is Ignore an option?

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3 Day Social Media Intensive – Hands on! Sydney 2014

A 3 day intensive social media workshop for small groups (8-10) on Facebook, Twitter, social media strategy, campaigns, measurement. Bring your laptop!

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16 Tips for Using #hashtags HINT: You’re doing it wrong :P #socialmedia

16 tips to understanding and using hashtags from communities of interest, to search, to measuring velocity to #socialmedia discoverability. Hashtags are important!

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RSS Extensions for Browsers & Social Media Dashboards

Social Media Monitoring: RSS Extensions for Browsers Add these extensions/addons/plugins to your preferred browser if you want the browser to find the RSS feeds for you. These links/extensions may or may not work!

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Social Media Monitoring Bookmarks and RSS

When monitoring social media, don’t forget to monitor social media platforms (changes at Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, LinkedIn etc) as well as stuff specific to YOUR industry. Here’s how:

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I’ll Drink To That! #NekNominate

What is Neknominate? And Should we ask an American company (Facebook, Google) to censor Australians citizens that are doing stupid but not illegal stuff? If we hand our sovereignty over to Facebook and Google (I don’t include Twitter as they have already rolled over and made no attempt to protect our privacy), should we get pissy if Saudi, China and Korean Governments demand the same?

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