Join us for a free online digital marketing workshop for charities, in partnership with the Marketing Trust. This is a...
Content Hacks for Charities
Wednesday 16 November 2022 10:00 - 12:00
Join us for insights, tips and tricks on the free tools you can use to create engaging social media content for your charity.
Whether you want to learn how to repurpose content for multiple platforms or create eye-catching video content in under 10 minutes, this exciting new training will provide you with the tools you need to create compelling content. Social media content is a vital tool in finding and increasing awareness in new audiences, keeping existing audiences engaged and future-proofing support and donations.
However, organisations with limited time and money may find it challenging to create engaging and fresh content. This training provides information on how to use quick, easy and free content creation tools to increase the volume of your content outputs and keep your charity’s social media relevant and memorable.
This event will take place online. The event link will be released to delegates ahead of the event.
This training will teach you to:
- Confidently use a variety of free social media content creation tools
- Repurpose content for multiple platforms
- Create eye-catching and engaging social media content on a budget
Who should attend?
This training is open to anyone who :
- Is responsible for the day-to-day management of their charity’s digital marketing
- Has a role which includes elements of digital comms
- Wants to develop new digital skills.
Aimed at beginner-intermediate
Meet your expert trainer
Andrew Davis is renowned for delivering engaging, practical and inspirational digital comms training, working with Media Trust for 10 years to build the UK charity sectors digital comms skills, ambitions and confidence.
Andrew’s digital career spans over 20 years. After working as a chatroom moderator on Pop Idol and Liverpool Football Club, Andrew served as producer for the digital station BBC Radio 1Xtra. He then went on to be a Manager for Myspace.com, where he helped launch its UK Marketing and Content division before he started training and consulting.