If you’re serious about a career in social media and digital marketing it’s essential to get quality training you won’t find get from your 9-5. Social networks and all digital platforms are continuously updating and we need to how to use them, how others are interacting with them, and of course in the local context*. Continue reading
For the past couple months at UNICEF Jamaica I’ve been working to prepare the Jamaican launch of U-Report, which is UNICEF’s social messaging tool. In a nutshell, it allows us to send weekly polls/message pushes to an audience of U-Reporter via their favorite messaging platforms: Facebook Messenger, Telegram, Twitter and (free) SMS. For more info and to apply for the project coordinator position, visit the UNICEF Jamaica blog here.
Together with CARIMAC/UWI this is our third year hosting the ‘Creating Winning Social Media Strategies Workshop’. By coming you’ll learn how to get more support for social media at work – by giving you the structure you need to drive results and integrate within your organisation.
- Kingston, Mona Campus: June 21-22
- Montego Bay, Western Campus: July 19-20
— UNICEF Jamaica (@UNICEFJamaica) May 1, 2017
Ten per cent of missing children are yet to return home. To help get us closer to 100, Facebook and the Office of the Children’s Registry (OCR) have combined efforts and unveiled an update to their Ananda Alert system; hoping to use local users’ Facebook News Feed to highlight extreme cases, such as child abductions. An encouraging example of organisations collaborating to protect children, credit is due to Hear the Children Cry, International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children, OCR and Facebook. Continue reading
In fairness there’s more than one. But the other day I was challenged to write a social media guide for local CEOs. Continue reading