Back in Brierley Hill with a Social Media Surgery

bhill-sms-001Thanks to a warm invitation from the fab Caroline Salter, we’re bringing October’s Social Media Surgery to Brierley Hill. It will be on Thursday 13 October, from 2pm. You can register here.

Caroline is the office manager for Dudley Federation of Tenants and Residents Associations, and is doing great work supporting tenants and residents groups across the borough to use social media to communicate, engage, find relevant information and share their achievements. Caroline came along to Stourbridge Social Media Surgery in April to explore ways of getting more efficient at finding and sharing useful online content.

She returned in July as a surgeon offering help, and supported a volunteer from Dudley MIND to set up a blog using WordPress, and showed him how she was using Buffer for her work. They also shared tips and ideas about contacts, not just social media – which is one of the brilliant things about social media surgeries. We look forward to welcoming members of tenants and residents associations and people from all other sorts of community groups, clubs, societies and charities on 13 October. Don’t forget to register your free place.

Curating and sharing relevant content for DFTRA

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I recently had the pleasure of exchanging social media tips with Caroline Salter, who works for Dudley Federation of Tenants and Residents Associations (DFTRA). Amongst her other work she does an absolutely fantastic job of maintaining DFTRA’s website, the @DudleyFed twitter account and Facebook Page.

Caroline is committed to finding relevant online content to share with local tenants and residents associations, and brilliant at bringing together the great things they are doing and helping to share them more widely. Do check out what our local tenants and residents groups are getting up to, and the work that DFTRA do in bringing them together. The current DFTRA newsletter even includes a handy list of the tenants and residents associations using social media and where to find them. Nice work Caroline!