Social Media Surgery dates for February and March 2015

Melissa Guest and I will be running Social Media Surgeries throughout 2015.

Social Media Surgeries are completely free advice sessions for community and voluntary groups, clubs and societies. Find out how to use how to use blogs, video clips, photo sharing sites, Facebook, Twitter or other free web tools to help your group. We can help you to use the web to communicate, campaign or collaborate easily and for free.

Upcoming dates and venues are:

Photo of Deepak and John at a cafe table with a laptop

Deepak from Dudley Libraries giving his time and social media know-how to help John from Community Transport at a recent Dudley Social Media Surgery





  1. Dudley CVS Volunteer Centre · January 19, 2015

    Reblogged this on Volunteering Counts and commented:
    Lorna and Mel are again offering their brilliant surgeries helping people get to grips with social media. They are fun, informal and there are no ‘experts’, just friendly people offering to share their skills to help you start using various social media platforms. This could be just what you are waiting for 🙂

  2. Becky · January 20, 2015

    Reblogged this on Dudley CVS blog and commented:
    You may have read recently about how a nationwide community of surgeons have supported people and groups to get started with social media at social media surgeries, including how social media surgeries have helped people across Dudley borough.

    Now my colleagues Lorna and Melissa have announced dates for the next round of surgeries for Dudley and Stourbridge. So come along to one of the friendly and informal surgeries to find out how to get started on social media, all over a cuppa and cake! Maybe I’ll see you there!

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