Social Media Strategies to Use During Covid-19 Closures and Beyond
May 4, 2020
Social media provides an opportunity for libraries to engage with people outside of the four walls of the library. Libraries have been using social media since its inception, but we have typically relied on it for promotion, not engagement. In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to shift from promotion, which is a one-way conversation, to engagement, which is a two-way conversation. We will discuss strategies such as active listening, trending topics, analytics, social media as a customer service point, and much more. We will also discuss the pros and cons for centralized and decentralized management of social media, and how governance and policy can be balanced with creativity and flexibility.
You will learn:
How to shift from promotion to engagement
How to start active listening
Customer service on social media
Social media policy and governance
Other best practices
Founder and CEO Cordelia Anderson is a seasoned marketing and communications executive with 20+ years of experience. She is based in Charlotte, NC but has clients around the US and is nationally recognized for her innovative, strategic and results-driven marketing and communications programs. Clients have included the Library for the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, the innovative design firm Margaret Sullivan Studio in New York and the Fort Worth Public Library.
Cordelia is Accredited in Public Relations from the Public Relations Society of America, which indicates advanced mastery of the knowledge, skills and abilities to practice public relations. She uses this approach to help her clients solve complex marketing and communications challenges so that they can tell their stories and reach their goals.