Writing for Social Media: A Training Workshop

Posted on: 01/20/14, 10:36pm

Writing for Social Media Training Workshop: Feb 21, 2014

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The goal is not to be good at social media.
The goal is to be good at business because of social media.
– Jay Baer

Representing a brand on social media means sharing their vision – the big story of your brand, in a way that connects with the unconscious desires of the consumer.

The story that we tell is no longer static like an ad in a magazine. We get to use multiple channels to tell an ongoing story about our brand, and then multiple users get to interact with that story and make it their own.

And if you’re doing a good job as a Community Manager, ideally, each chapter of the story you share evokes more engagement naturally because your vision resonates with the individual and the collective vision of your community. You’re giving them what they want and keeping them from what they don’t.

Writing for Social: Start with Strategy


Writing for social isn’t that hard. It’s staying focused on the vision – and the strategy that will bring about that vision – that takes discipline.

Many of you are probably interested in learning how to be more strategic in social. That’s why we’ve put together our upcoming Writing for Social Media Training Workshop.

During this workshop, you will learn:

This event was designed for:

Regular Tickets: $40
Early bird tickets: $30
Student tickets: $20

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The Social Lights® Training Institute brings together thought leaders in social media and digital marketing. Through a series of hands-on workshops, The Social Lights® cover topics including: How to Use Social Strategically, How to Really Measure ROI, Best Practices for Community Managers, and more.

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