Members of local voluntary and community sector groups are invited to this free social media advice session.
You'll get practical hands-on advice for putting social technology into action for your cause, to help you reach a wider audience and promote the good work you do.
Liverpool's creative developement agency ACME are launching the brand new network in September. OK it has the same name as the old Liverpool network but we are promised something brand new and a bit more function than the old site, as it has been built from the ground up by Design Agency Splinter. I should know I helped with the user testing, so I hope they took my advice.
Yes, ACME has been busy reinventing this unique site that promotes Liverpool's creative community, and it will soon be ready for creatives to update their profile and portfolio, and re-connect with others and with your Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn accounts.
Liverpool's monthly Social Media Cafe has announced that it is going to be having eight speakers at it's event next week, with a real range of subjects that has something to suit everyone.
With talks on web security, Local TV, blogging about food and digitally engaging older people what more could you want, it's a real range of diverse talks and from what I hear they are expecting more. Plus it's all for FREE because they love you so much.
So head down to Static Gallery on Roscoe Street, next Thursday from 6pm.
Social Media cafe Manchester or more precising SMC_MRC are looking for Ignite style talks for it's next event in August.
These can be on - "Interesting new technology, online social movements, online trends, innovative digital projects you’re involved in or anything else you want to share – come along and tell us about it. The only thing off-limits is promotional talks for commercial enterprises."
So if you are a social media buff or you have invented a fascinatingnew gadget then read on.
@SMCliv has been running since June 2010 on a not so monthly basis but has had some fantastic events and talks from across the Social Media spectrum. Their latest event on the 2nd August at Static Gallery and will consist of a series of talks on Open Data and Open Data projects.
Open Data has enormous economic potential, from developing new markets to creating services for local government.
They are now collecting suggestions for their 6th September event but it could be you!
You like Jam right! Well, do you like Raspberry Pie sorry Raspberry Pi - if you know what Raspberry Pi is then this event coming up in August is just for you. It's all part of OggCamp - the free culture Unconference which will see 300 developers, technologists & artists gather for this unique event that celebrates all things Free and Open Source.
A fantastic opportunity for organisations and individuals to learn why and how they should be using the most popular digital platforms around. Be guided through these valuable online resources and learn ways to use them more effectively, from websites, Facebook pages, Twitter, Youtube, Soundcloud and Audioboo, all these can play an important part in your work.
A look at how you can use digital tools to raise your profile, engage your audience and drive bookings.
Arts Council are giving an introduction for their National Portfolio Organisations on Wednesday this week. Digital innovation is one of the key priorities in the Arts Council’s five year plan.
The seminar is aimed at cultural organisationsand and will explain how they should plan their approach to digital working and achieving a presence in the digital media space?