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Wondering how you can improve your social media offering? Want to attract more attention and increase engagement? Then this course is for you.

Led by former BBC journalist Sue Llewellyn, this three-hour course is designed to help you understand what works (and what doesn’t) in social media.

It will show you what makes people click and share, help you to think creatively about generating content your audiences will really want to engage with, and teach you how to get your content strategy buzzing. 

Course description

This half-day course is designed to get you thinking creatively about generating content your audiences will really want to engage with.

Aimed at journalists, writers, programme-makers, PRs and comms teams, the course is perfect for anyone who wants to be able to generate story ideas, find new media angles, and create engaging social media content.

Delegates will need a laptop/tablet/notebook and will be asked to do a (very short) bit of homework to bring on the day.

The course will cover:
  • What motivates social sharing and what makes great, clickable content
  • How to improve the shareability and discoverability of your existing content
  • How to generate great new ideas and come away brimming with inspiration
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For more details, please contact us. See terms and conditions here.

See more courses at journalism.co.uk/courses.


About Sue Llewellyn

Sue is a former BBC journalist who spent 15 years in the TV newsroom as a producer and reporter. Over the last five years  she has delivered board-level digital strategy and social media training across the BBC, RTÉ News, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Immediate Media Group and many others.

To date Sue has trained over 4,000 journalists, programme makers, PRs, editors and executives – including many of the top names in British broadcasting.  She is also a regular speaker at conferences in the UK and Europe on how journalists and newsrooms use social media.

Getting there

The nearest Tube station to MSN UK is Victoria, on the Victoria, Circle and District lines.