Social media strategy for housing CEOs: how to lead a new kind of tenant and stakeholder engagement

Posted on: June 30, 2021

There’s one fundamental thing that almost every social housing organisation in the UK is getting wrong with their social media. 

In this free webinar you’ll learn what that is, how to get it right, and you will change how you think about your organisation’s communications.

  • Ever wondered why your housing association’s social media doesn’t get much engagement?
  • Think there’s too much negativity on your Facebook page?
  • Want to know how you can support and lead your comms team to turn your social media in a thriving community of positivity?
You’re not alone.
Learn what you need to do to turn your organisation’s social media around: from ghost towns and slanging matches, into thriving communities.

Join one of the UK’s leading social media experts, Hel Reynolds, for a thought-provoking talk that will show you what you can do to make your social media an asset to your organisation, and the people you serve.

Enter your email address below to get the video sent straight to your inbox (check your spam folder if you don’t see it!).

Register here.

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