Leeds Social Media Surgery Drop-In


Are you interested in using blogs, text messages, Facebook, Twitter and other free web sites (sometimes called “social media”) to help a group or organisation that you belong to?



Date: Wednesday 12th September
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Venue: Round Foundry Media Centre, Foundry Street, Leeds, LS11 5QP
Price: Free

Drop in any time for free advice.

Do you already have a web site for your organisation that is difficult or expensive to update? Are you looking for an easier way to promote your activities or to share information, photos and videos online?

Leeds Social Media Surgery is a free advice session for community and voluntary groups, clubs, societies and small arts organisations. Come along to find out how you can use free web sites and services to organise activities, promote events, raise funds, collect feedback from your participants and keep a record of everything you do.

http://socialmediasurgery.com/events/461




Things we'd like to talk about

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Jobs we know about

Things we tweet about

  • orchard_chris - 54 minutes ago

    Good to hear Government investing in new Institutes of Tech. Long overdue. £170m in capital funding seems too low though #IndustrialStrategy

  • orchardjobs - 3 hours ago

    Mid/Snr Copywriter (Part Time) in #Harrogate, up to £40k. - @Orchard_Rich #creativejobs https://t.co/QA6ZtptxWo

  • orchardtweets - 6 hours ago

    Check out this project that takes brand logos and applies them to the packaging of completely unrelated products.… https://t.co/hnDqXcGojU

  • orchard_davidh - 6 hours ago

    Ooooohhhhhhh https://t.co/sDozu5wV0X

  • orchard_aj - 9 hours ago

    @GaryLineker what are your thoughts on @MirrorFootball's headline last night, Gary? "Fighting for his life"

  • orchard_helen - 1 day ago

    RT @Film4Insider: If you fancy watching the original Trainspotting before #T2Trainspotting, @Channel4 have you covered. They're showing it…

  • orchard_rich - 2 days ago

    Still sore, but we would have all settled for a draw at Newcastle & Brighton but actually picked up more pts #swfc

  • orchard_mike - 3 days ago

    I’m not often speechless through great service, Premier Display systems have refurbed our stand under its free lifetime guarantee Brilliant

  • orchard_davido - 3 days ago

    RT @FootballFunnys: How Juventus' new logo was designed https://t.co/6eSSe418BY

  • orchard_tommy - 10 days ago

    NEW ROLE :: Creative Multimedia Designer / South Manchester / £22-25K / Massive variety of clients and projects - P… https://t.co/Ad0vBQgcLn

  • orchard_lucy - 12 days ago

    RT @orchard_davido: Hoping someone can help me identify this font #whatsthisfont #fontidentity #fontworldproblems https://t.co/OkxjSWL84b

  • orchard_andy - 33 days ago

    RT @Orchardtweets: As 2016 draws to a close, we’ve taken a look at some pieces of technology that have sadly come to an end this year. htt…