Facebook, Twitter, Linked in, You Tube. Are they safe, useful, worth doing? What do they do for Rotary?
Social Media - the new revolution
Scary? Helpful? Waste of time? Useful? Hard to handle? Easy to use? Do we have to? What's in it for Rotary?
Whatever your answers, one thing is certain: as a means of communication it can no longer be ignored. Come along to the Social Media workshop to have your questions answered, share your knowledge and experiences with others on
Saturday 16 February 9.30am-12.30pm
Royal Grammar School, Amersham Road, High Wycombe HP13 6QT
The latest in our series of popular Getting Your Message Across workshops with an emphasis on discussion and
Getting Your message Across: Social Media - the new revolution pages:
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