social media education

Digital Communications Plan Development Workshop

By Jaggers Communications News


For more information, contact:

Marijean Jaggers


Digital Communications Plan Development Workshop

WHAT: A hands-on workshop for marketing directors and business owners. Participants will be guided through the process of developing a strategic communications plan for their business, integrating social media tools and tactics to help reach and surpass business goals. This workshop covers the creation of a plan infrastructure and the use of online tools to keep tasks efficient. Learn how to set measurable goals for social media and connect engagement to business success.

WHEN: Thursday, January 13, 2011, 9:00a.m. to noon. Fee: $200/participant.

Register online: http://jaggersplandevelopment.eventbrite.com/

WHERE: OpenSpace in The Conference Studio, 455 Second Street SE, Suite 100, Charlottesville, VA 22902, phone: 434.566.0880, http://getopenspace.com/


About Jaggers Communications

Jaggers Communications is a strategic communications firm that provides organizations in the health care, education, manufacturing, travel and tourism industries with social media consulting, public relations support and reputation management strategy. The firm was founded in 2011 to serve businesses and nonprofits with a need for cost-effective, strategic communications with effective reach. www.jaggerscommunications.com

My Social (Media) Life

By Social Media

I’ve been very fortunate to have the opportunity to teach audiences all over the country about social media this year. I’m wrapping up my last planned out-of-state speaking gig this week and reflecting on all the great people I’ve met through social media in 2010.

I’ve spoken to groups in California, Illinois, Missouri, Ohio, Washington D.C., Georgia and Virginia — speaking a number of times in Charlottesville/Central Virginia where I live. Add to that a series of webinars with a reach of an additional community who didn’t have to leave the comfort of their offices to learn about social media tools and how they can be used for their businesses or nonprofit organizations.

I have had a great time and I’m excited to think about where social media might take me in 2011.

Let me know in the comments if you’re looking for social media education for your organization in the coming year — I truly love sharing best practices with a live (or online) audience and would welcome the opportunity to talk to you.