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Digital Clinic Live: Getting your work noticed on social media

Digital Clinic Live: Getting your work noticed on social media March 9, 2015

Date: 9 May 2015
Time: 11.00am-2.30pm
Price: £35 + booking fee
Venue: Sigrid Rausing Seminar Room, Amnesty International UK, 25 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EA

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Social media is often promoted as the best way to attract attention to your work, ideas or brand, or as an effective away to sell your work to new audiences. Yet many creatives using social media – from filmmakers and designers to poets and playwrights – are finding it hard to get the results they want.

Whether you feel clueless or enthusiastic about Facebook, digital publishing, blogging or even live streaming, Digital Women UK’s online advice surgery Digital Clinic is going ‘Live’ to work with you to improve your social media marketing approach, and to feel more digitally confident to use the relevant platforms productively.

Participants are encouraged to bring their laptops, smartphones, tablets or pen and pads, and will be able to pitch their queries directly to Campbell. She will use the internet to showcase the best approaches and digital platforms and tools at this interactive event.
 
Digital Clinic Live will cover:

  • Targeting audiences
  • Who lives where on social media
  • Social media as a conversation
  • Building digital communities
  • Content curation
  • Digital publishing
  • Promoting your brand

About our guest presenter

Campbell X is an experienced web producer, social media strategist and analyst with 13 years experience. She has worked on award-winning campaigns and clients include the National Theatre, Channel 4, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, Talawa Theatre and LUX. Campbell trains artists and creative organisations to build effective social media strategies, and an online presence, through her agency www.powwowsocialmedia.com and is the lead blogger for Digital Women UK’s popular Digital Clinic. Campbell is also an award-winning filmmaker and curator who has written, produced and directed Stud Life (2012) which was awarded the Screen Nation Independent Spirit Award in 2013.