Social Media for Unions E-Book

I have released my first free e-book on Social Media for Unions.

Social Media for Unions

Like any endeavour, using social media effectively requires practice, trial-and-error, and some good advice.

That’s where this e-book comes in. I’ve put together some of the most popular and useful articles from my website into a single resource for unions to use.

Inside this 11 page free e-book, you will find:

  • An explanation of the principles of social media
  • Best practice use of Facebook for unions
  • Tips and techniques for unions to Twitter

Right now, I use the tips and techniques in this book in my job as the NTEU (VIC) Communications and Campaigns coordinator. The advice in this e-book is from tried-and-true from my own experience.

Learn how to get the most out of Facebook and Twitter for your union.

[box type=”download”]Get access to Social Media for Unions by clicking here.[/box]

Let me know in the comments what you think!

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