Learn About How to Extend Your Social Media Reach at USCA 2018

Content From: HIV.govPublished: September 04, 20182 min read

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In 2018, there's no getting around using social media and digital tools (e.g. apps, texting, chatbots) when communicating with clients, providers, volunteers, and other stakeholders in the HIV community. Many organizations are interested in using these tools, they just need someone to help them understand how to plan and effectively leverage technology. It's not just about having an online presence. It's about our effectiveness in reaching people before they walk through our doors.

USCA is coming up in a few days and if you are attending the conference, we don't want you to leave without stopping by the Social Media Lab. At the lab you can learn how to leverage social media for your professional brand or for your organization's goals.

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Social Media Lab: We welcome everyone to the Social Media Lab whether this is your first time or if you've been here before. We can help you if wondering how you can use social media to:

  • reach more clients and retain them?
  • easily create simple educational images and graphics?
  • to save money on outreach?
  • reach clients who are fearful of walking through your doors?

Stop by the Social Media Lab located in Barrel Spring 1 on the Lobby Level. No appointment is necessary.

Dates and Times:
Thursday, September 6th through Saturday September 8th: 9-11 am and 1:30-6pm.
Sunday, September 9th: 9am-11am

 

If you cannot attend

If you cannot attend #2018USCA, you can still get free social media training. Make a Virtual Office Hours appointment for the same service offered via telephone.

 

And don't forget that you can help us evaluate our website by participating in a usability session at USCA.

HIV.gov will be covering all things USCA 2018, so follow the blog (subcribe today!), stay tuned with HIV.gov on Facebook or @HIVgov and subscribe to our Facebook Messenger chatbot.