Buncombe Republicans to host seminar on using social media

Here’s a summary of information from the Buncombe County Republican Party via Eventbrite (click the link at the bottom for more info and to register):

The latest buzz words in the political process is “social media.” Every time you turn on the news you hear about someone “tweeting”. But, what is tweeting- and why do we need to do it? On September 28th, you can learn what “social media” really means and how to properly network online to help grow our party and increase the effectiveness of your personal political activism. Come to this special training session to learn the basics of Facebook and Twitter (including setting up accounts and Pages), the best practices for both networks, how to successfully engage others in political action, and successful ideas for advancing liberty.

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0 thoughts on “Buncombe Republicans to host seminar on using social media

  1. bsummers

    I look forward to the class entitled:

    “How to Anonymously Tweet Hateful, Vulgar, Racist, and Misogynist Crap for Fun and Political Profit and Get Away With It.”

    ‘Cause the BCGOP has some experts in that…

  2. bsummers

    And why are the times for this event shown in Pacific Daylight Time? Just curious…

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