You will leave this interactive workshop with a practical plan full of social content ideas they can use.
The priories of people, press and politicians change daily, and to stay relevant, so must the social media content we put out. In this fast-paced creative brainstorm, you will learn how to quickly come up with content to win campaigns and build your movement. You will work with others to develop ideas and come away with plans to produce them.
As a team of campaigners we will work together to develop 50-100 ideas for high performing pieces of social content using the ‘TAACO’ criteria approach.
Find out more about the workshop in the short video below.
This workshop compliments the Communicating for Change workshop well.
3 things you will do in this workshop:
- Consider how to successfully reach different key audiences across various social media platforms
- Learn how to quickly come up with high performing pieces of social media content
- Develop social media content for your campaigns using the ‘TAACO’ approach
Our Open Workshops run on a progressive pricing model. Small organisations (with a turnover of under £500,000) pay £80 + VAT; Mid-sized organisations (£500,000-£2m) pay £120 + VAT; and Large organisations pay £175 + VAT. If you would like to speak to someone further, please email [email protected].
Tues 26th Mar 2024 10am-1pm
Tues 21st May 2024 10am-1pm
Wed 30th Oct 2024 2-5pm
This workshop will be led by SMK Associate, India Thorogood, a social media expert who brings a decade of experience using people power to create change.
Read more about India here.
What participants say:
Campaigns Officer, Sign health
‘’One of the best and accessible workshops I have attended. Best bit was learning the TAACO for content creation method and comparing successful social media campaigns’’
Three-hour workshop, online
Communicating for change
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Wed 24th Jan 2024, 10am-1pm
Wed 6th Mar 2024, 10am-1pm
Tues 23rd Apr 2024 10am-1pm
Tue 24th Sept 2024 10am-1pm