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Reboot Your Facebook Game: Learn Practical Tips on Energizing Your Extension Presence On Facebook

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Reboot Your Facebook Game: Learn Practical Tips on Energizing Your Extension Presence On Facebook

In this session, we are going to dissect every component of Facebook engagement that can help improve visibility and connection between you and your community.

The session will discuss planning and creating a framework conducive to your local Extension team, marketing, managing page, content creation specific to Facebook, gathering impact, and not so good practices of posting. Whether you are an experienced Facebook user or new to the social media world, this information will help you learn some practical tips on using Facebook. 

 

Click on this heading for- Recorded Session on Rebooting Facebook Game

Password: @Reboot1

For further information contact, Dhruti Patel at dhrutip@umd.edu

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Memorial weekend, probably better delivered another day…if a video or webinar, although recording is fine.

Scott Thiemann
Master Gardener Program Assistant
Curry County Extension Service
scott.thiemann@oregonstate.edu<mailto:scott.thiemann@oregonstate.edu>

P.O. Box 488
29390 Ellensburg Avenue
Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
Phone: 541-247-6672 Fax: 541-247-2875
Toll free: 1-800-356-3986

Hello,

 

The date was an error. The date is in fact 26th at 2.30pm EST.  Thank you for pointing out. 

 

Dhruti. 

Memorial weekend, probably better delivered another day…if a video or webinar, although recording is fine.

Scott Thiemann
Master Gardener Program Assistant
Curry County Extension Service
scott.thiemann@oregonstate.edu<mailto:scott.thiemann@oregonstate.edu>

P.O. Box 488
29390 Ellensburg Avenue
Gold Beach, Oregon 97444
Phone: 541-247-6672 Fax: 541-247-2875
Toll free: 1-800-356-3986

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