Are you a team of one (or small team) handling your agency's social media? Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed by your work? Understaffed? Can't keep up?
You're not alone. Most government social media professionals feel this way, and with the ongoing pandemic, national & local crises, and so much more, your already tough position is getting significantly more difficult.
The solution? Learn the methods, tools & expert advice on how to best handle limited resources by registering for SocialGov Masterclass: Solutions for Teams of One.
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Pacific (8-9am), Mountain (9-10am), Central (10-11am), Eastern (11-noon)
Pacific (9-10am), Mountain (10-11am), Central (11-noon), Eastern (noon-1)
Pacific (10-11am), Mountain (11-noon), Central (noon-1pm), Eastern (1-2pm)
Pacific (11am-noon), Mountain (noon-1pm), Central (1-2pm), Eastern (2-3pm)
Pacific (noon-1pm), Mountain (1-2pm), Central (2-3pm), Eastern (3-4pm)
Masterclass registration closes on Tuesday, Jan. 12 at midnight pacific time.
This pricing has ended.
Register before midnight PT on Jan. 12
Quick, one-day virtual classes on a specific topic affecting the socialgov community right now. The January SocialGov Masterclass is focused on supporting small social media teams or teams of one to best help them succeed.
This is geared specifically for those who handle government social media! Whether you're the primary social media manager or social media is one of your duties, you'll gain helpful knowledge to best help you do your job.
However, anyone is welcome to attend! If you handle social media in any capacity — even not directly in the government space — this class will teach you effective ways to save time, dig out of that mound of work and more.
The masterclass is a LIVE online experience, with interactive lessons and scenario-planning with other participants. We'll use the Zoom meeting platform for interactivity. You can participate as much or as little as you prefer, but we encourage you to take part in the interactive scenarios for the most immersive experience!
By the day prior to the masterclass, you'll receive information via email on how to log in to the Zoom meeting. We'll use the same meeting link for the entire class. You can stay logged in to the Zoom meeting for the whole masterclass, or leave and come back as many times as you need to.
Many portions of the masterclass will be recorded and available for participants to watch up to 3 months later. The parts that won't have recordings available are where participants can work with each other in small groups, using the 'breakouts' Zoom feature.