Fall 2014 Open Classes – Content, Conversations & Discoverability-Quality Social Media Outreach for Natural Resource Professionals

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Two fall training’s are now open for registration.  This 1.5 day class is open to all participants.  Content, Conversations & Discoverability-Quality Social Media Outreach for Natural Resource Professionals includes a 1/2 day class that is specific to using FaceBook and Twitter, while the second day will focus on strategies, techniques, and advanced uses of popular social media tools.  You can register for any day, or both days.  

Day 1 :  1pm – 4pm Facebook and Twitter
This half-day is designed to help you get onboard with these two popular social networks.  Designed to help beginners who need help learning best practices, and for those who use these tools but would like to get more out of them.  We will cover getting accounts, designing strategies, learning best practices, analyzing outreach, and planning schedules.

 DAy 2: 8:30pm  – 3:30 pm Writing Discoverable Content, Twitter PLUS, Instagram
Learn how to make the most of what you do on the web more discoverable.  This day will go over tips and tricks for your websites, your blogs, Facebook , Twitter, and about anywhere you post.  Learn what make content more searchable, sharable, and liked.

Twitter PLUS – Thought you knew everything about Twitter?  There’s more.  Learn how to use Twitter to listen better, to find and discover more information, and how to curate Twitter to create better program outreach
Instagram – Learn how this popular tool can be used for outreach

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About Amy E. Hays

Program Specialist - Emerging Technologies. Texas A&M AgriLife Extension. Currently working for the Institute of Renewable Natural Resources (IRNR ) http://irnr.tamu.edu. I specialize in learning how online learners....well, learn! I use that to help build programs for the public in the area of natural resource conservation and management.
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