Next week I’m teaching a class called “Social Media 101 – A class for beginners (don’t be a Weiner).”
(Yes, it’s a silly title. I was feeling playful when I was planning the class. Also, I realized I could do it now or not do it at all as the joke would be passé by the time I taught the class and, ta da, I was right.)
The class will be on June 29th from 7pm to 8:30pm at Hive @ 55 in Manhattan.
It’s a class that is specifically for people who are new to the social web or who have a little experience but want to learn more. Here is the class description:
This course will cover the basics of the social web. You’ll learn about the big 4 social media sites: Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and YouTube. You’ll learn the best ways to navigate these sites. You’ll also learn what to watch out for regarding security and privacy.
The goal is for everyone to leave the class with a Twitter account. You’ll follow a few people and send your first tweet. If we have time, we’ll also send retweets and a direct message; even if you don’t send them all during this class, you’ll leave knowing what those terms mean. The price includes handouts.
This class is for people who simply haven’t taken the plunge and want to know the basics of the social media landscape before diving in. What’s required? Please bring a laptop or tablet (iPad or Android tablet) and be ready to learn. This class is a beginner level course. If you’re already doing your thing on the big 4 social media sites (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube), this is going to be boring to you.
I’m really excited because I do miss teaching. I’ve had a chance to do a handful of presentations on the social web and have gotten great feedback.
If you’re in the NYC area and would like to take it, you can sign up here: http://skl.sh/mJPpmE
Also, if you know someone in the NYC area who you think would be interested, I would love it if you shared it with them.
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