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Twitter for Organizing Session 3 (of 6)-January 13, 2015: Intermediate to Advanced Twitter Strategie
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Twitter for Organizing Session 3 (of 6)-January 13, 2015: Intermediate to Advanced Twitter Strategie

Whether you're a Twitter novice or fanatic, or anywhere in between, this webinar series will help you bring more fire-power to your campaigns and grow your Twitter following quickly and strategically. The series includes three 90-minute webinars and three 60-minute Q&A sessions. All begin at 2pm ET.

1/13/2015
When: 1/13/2015
2PM-3:30PM-ET
Where: Webinar
Presenter: Social Movement Technologies

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January 13, 2015: Intermediate to Advanced Twitter Strategies for Building Power in Organizing and at the Negotiating Table. Use Twitter in campaigns to boost pressure on targets, broaden and engage your base and get media coverage.

·         Thunderclaps and why a different approach can be more powerful.

·         How to build an engaged community of supporters.

·         Use lists privately to segment the conversation and publicly to connect your community. Organize your community to take collective action and make hashtags trend in a variety of ways.

·         How to cultivate media using twitter and how to mount a campaign that generates media.

·         How to deal with trolls and prevent them from co-opting your messaging campaign.

 

Webinar sessions, 2pm - 3:30pm ET


Tues Jan 6, 2015

Tues Jan 13, 2015

Tues Jan 20, 2015

 

Q&A sessions, 2pm - 3pm ET

Thurs January 8, 2015 
Thurs January 15, 2015 
Thurs January 22, 2015 

Registration for the series makes you eligible to participate in as many of the webinars and Q&A sessions as you choose. A recording of every session will be available.

 

We will share specific experiences from ongoing campaigns. 

 

Presenters:

 

Zach Green is a consultant, developer and organizer who has been working at the intersection of Twitter and politics since 2010. He founded UniteBlue.org, a nonprofit that connects and organizes the Left on Twitter, and 140elect.com, which helps Democratic campaigns leverage Twitter to win elections. His projects and analyses have received over 2,000 press mentions, including the New York Times, TIME and the Washington Post.

 

Hannah Roditi is Executive Director of Social Movement Technologies. Long-time union and community organizer with a passion for redistributing power and using technology to boost organizing impact. Working with unions and advocacy groups across the country to boost organizing with digital tools. 

 

Additional presenters will include organizers using Twitter in a range of current campaigns. If you know an online organizer willing to share their campaign Twitter experience for the benefit of all (including yourself), email us.

 

Cost:

$95   General registration per person

 

$55   If affiliated with an SMT Outreach Partner organization. Click here for list, and how to be added as an Outreach Partner.

 

$200 Group rate up to 9 people associated with one local organization (pay by clicking register button and we'll send you a link where your members can register directly)

 

$300 Group rate 10+ people associated with one local organization (pay by clicking register button and we'll send you a link where your members can register directly)

 

(Orgs that have paid for a group rate so far include, for example, ProGeorgia, Michigan Education Association, Choose Clean Water Coalition, SEIU Healthcare PA, Put People First! PA, Pledge2Protect, Indiana State Teachers Assoc, Pacific Media Workers - UPTE CWA, Right to the City, American Friends Service Committee, Oceana, Wild Earth Guardians and others.)

 

Free for staff of groups with a retainer contract with Social Movement Technologies.

 

20 scholarship seats made available by Union Jobs Clearinghouse 

 

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