Social Media Surgery Class to Take Place on Nov. 26

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Local Tech and Social Media Geek, Michelle Hazard, will be presenting "Social Media Surgery" on Wednesday, November 26 from 2:00-4:00 pm at Michigan Works in Traverse City.

Social Media Surgery is a free workshop geared toward anyone interested in learning how to use social media to help nonprofit organizations. Hazard explains, "Volunteers can be a great asset to help spread the word about local events, if they understand how to help. Their sharing of messages can potentially reach many more than are currently being reached."

"Facebook is currently the most viewed social media platform and can also be the most confusing since changes happen frequently," she states.  Social Media Surgery is limited to 30 participants, and will focus on Facebook administration and best sharing practices. Click to RSVP.

Hazard started the nonprofit, Network Traverse City, to help local small businesses advertise and connect with customers. "Nonprofit staff need to understand how to best use the available Social Media. We can help an agency create and connect their Facebook page with one-on-one help," she reports.

Hazard provides various trainings based on community requests. For more information, email Michelle Hazard or visit her website.

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