Businesses around the world are joining the digital revolution, using social media as a way of marketing their services, engaging with their audiences and reaching more people. But with so many organisations present online, how do you stand out from the crowd?
If you want to develop an unforgettable social media presence and create meaningful connections online but aren’t sure where to start, help is on hand!
We’re proud to welcome social media gurus Spendlove and Lamb to our creative community at Knowledge Market. These experts in social storytelling are here to help you and your organisation develop your own voice and style on social media channels including Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. Whether you’re looking to grow your business, boost visitor numbers to your blog, or simply want to master the art of social storytelling, this is the workshop for you.
“Having an active presence online means you’re constantly introducing people to who you are and what you do,” says Megan Davis, founder of Spendlove and Lamb. “But it’s important to be a conversation starter, not a follower. Social storytelling is a great way to instigate that conversation.”
Spendlove and Lamb will help you to translate your knowledge and experience into compelling narratives that will capture your online audiences. The skills you’ll learn in this workshop will help you to nurture lasting connections with the people you communicate with through social media, turning acquaintances into business prospects and visitors into subscribers.
And in true Knowledge Market style, this isn’t your regular Social Media 101 workshop! We’re all about collaboration and believe that the best way to learn is by taking part, not by taking notes from the sidelines.
“I’ll be teaching the fundamental elements of storytelling through an interactive board game,” Megan explains. “You’ll find yourself thrown into the heart of a storyline, taking on the role of a character, making decisions and seeing how your actions affect the plot. As well as being really good fun, you’ll go away with the skills to put social storytelling into practice.”
Like all Knowledge Market workshops and events, Spendlove and Lamb’s workshop is open to people from all walks of life, whether you’re a local worker or resident, or are just visiting Melbourne. Come along, learn new skills, share ideas, and meet some of Australia’s most innovative and inspiring mentors.
To register for one of Spendlove and Lamb’s workshops, visit the Knowledge Marketwebsite