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Come along and learn the steps to a successful social media strategy. Zoe will take you through the seven important steps you need to consider when compiling your social media strategy.

Set your goals, brainstorm your target audience and influencers and put together your content calendar. Learn how to monitor and measure your social media activities and what tools to use.
 

• Learn how you can increase your brand recognition and awareness
• Learn how to engage with existing and new potential clients
• Discover social media tools that enable you to manage your time and social media profiles more effectively
• Learn how to establish a two way communication with your communities
• Learn how to set targets and measure your ROI

Masterclass LEADER

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Zoe Cairns

Partner, ZC Social Media

Zoe is a highly respected and proficient International Social Media Speaker, Trainer and Consultant. Specialising in many areas but focusing on one of the many areas people do not cover when they first set out in Social Media, their Social Media Strategy. Zoe work's with many companies, brands and Fortune 500 companies to make sure that they have a strategy and know how to implement high profile campaigns to get the maximum from their Social Media activities.

Zoe's passion is also sharing the message about Social Media and how it can be used in business. Zoe has traveled to many places to speak at many events including Poland (Zoe was commissioned by Seldia EU to attend a Roundtable Conference to speak to European Parliament and Government), Amsterdam (The Social Media Strategies Summit), India (Socialathon 2014 for Digital Market Asia), Ireland, Madrid training a 1.2 billion company and Montenegro to speak at a conference for NATO.

Zoe also recently appeared on ITV This Morning as a Social Media Expert to give her opinion on "When Social Media goes wrong!" - video below.

Zoe launched ZC Social Media 5 years ago after initially getting into social media in her previous role as mortgage broker/IFA. ZC Social Media is a Social Media Agency where they help companies with their execution and provide bespoke management packages for their social media requirements. They also provide bespoke in house training and programmes.

ZC Social Media

Zoe launched ZC Social Media nearly 4 years ago after initially getting into social media in my role as mortgage broker/IFA.
ZC Social Media is a Social Media Agency helping companies with their execution and provide bespoke management packages for their social media requirements. We also provide bespoke in house training and programmes.
 

Masterclass programme

8:30 Registration

9:00 Opening Remarks and Introductions

Zoe Cairns

Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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9:10 Set your social media goals/objectives

Zoe Cairns

Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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  • What type of goals can your company set?
  • Explore the three most important goals when first setting out on social media
  • How do you monitor your progression with these goals
  • 9:50 Define your target Audience

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    We will be brainstorming as groups the appropriate audience for yoru social media strategy - who they are, where are they from, their interests etc

    The importance of this session is "knowing your audience". Once you have identified who they are you can then find them and see where they are engaging and having conversations online. This part of the strategy enables you to select which social media profile are appropriate for you to use.

    10:30 Morning Coffee

    11:00 Select your key centres of influence

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    Key centres of influence are an important part of your social media strategy. We will be brainstorming who influences your current target audience.

  • Brainstorm your key centres of influence
  • What are their influence score online
  • How to engage with yoru key centres of influence
  • 11:40 Conduct a competitor analysis

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    In this session we will be brainstorming 3-4 of your main competitors and analyse what theyare doing online.

    In particular look at their influence score, growth of community, what you like and dislike about what they are doing etc.

    12:20 Lunch

    13:30 Your content strategy plan

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    We will be providing a content strategy template which willl enable your team to conduct a full content plan for yoru social media content and campaigns.

    This will enable you to come up with many ideas for their campaigns. We can go step by step through this and brainstorm together. At a later date you can then put your content into an editorial calender (provided by Zoe)

  • Discover Zoe's Content Strategy Template
  • Learn how to research and curate content
  • Discover the tools that wil help you manage your time in doing this
  • 14:10 Monitoring your campaigns and social media activities

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    We will look at the available tools on how you can monitor the campaigns and keep up to date with the progress of your social media activities

    We can then analyse which metrics are important and why to make sure this is documented

  • Discover tools that help with monitoring your brand reputation
  • Learn how you can find new leads and enquiries
  • we will discuss how you can deal with negative feedback
  • What are good customer service tactics?
  • 14:50 Afternoon Tea

    15:20 Measurement and Analysis

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    In this session we will look back over your potential goals and how they can be measured on social media.

  • What can be measured and what are the important metrics to be measured
  • What tools can help you populate your social media results more effectively?
  • How to analyse your results
  • How to keep an action plan and progress sheet
  • 16:00 Question and Answer Session

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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    Zoe will summarise the dayand ask the audience if you have any furher questions or need assistance with any online documentations on what has been spoken about over the course of the day.

    This is a chance to talk about your challenges, questions or request demonstrations before heading back to your office and implementing your strategy.

    16:40 Closing Remarks

    Zoe Cairns

    Zoe Cairns, Partner, ZC Social Media
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