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Upcoming event – Celebrity Charity Football Match, Ashford

16 Mar

Thank you for the mention to WhatsOnWhere

Upcoming event – Celebrity Charity Football Match, Ashford.

Theres a CELEB FC Event in Kent this weekend – Sunday 22nd March.

CELEBRITY TEAM EXPECTED 

Charity Football Kent

Rob Lamarr – Channel 5 Supercasino – Celeb FC Goalie

DJ Pied Piper – UK Garage Legend – Celeb FC “Player/Manager”

Andy Taylor – Singdate

Mr Rootsy – X Factor

Darren Taylor – Striker / Sponsor

Mark Anthony – Radio DJ

Johny Pach – TV Presenter

Shameek Farrell – Ex Semi-Pro Footballer

Danny Page (Pagey) – Radio DJ

J_Milz – Urban Music MC

Danny Legend – UKG Producer

Josh S – Model

J-Rock – BigBrovaz

Carl Owen – Model / Actor

Simon Osborn – Ex Semi-Pro Footballer

Leo The Lion – The Streets / The Voice

Gareth Graham – Ex Semi-Pro Footballer

MC Kie – UK Garage Legend

This is a charity benefit match in aid of the new sports pavilion at Charing FC, all funds raised will be going towards the completion!!

Events on the day to include;
** CROSS BAR CHALLENGE**
** RAFFLE WITH A TOP PRIZE OF A WEEKEND BREAK IN CORNWALL**
**BBQ**
**GILLINGHAM FC CHEERLEADERS**
**BOUNCY CASTLE**
**FACE PAINTING**

And much much more!!

Tickets are £2 for an adult, £1 for children or £5 for 2 adults and 2 children!

GATES OPEN AT 1PM

**Celeb FC players don’t get paid to participate, They are all volunteers, as are the admin & support team, because of this some members of the squad might not be available, and cancel at short notice.

Please contact us, if you would like some assistance from Celeb FC.

 

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8 Social Media Terms you NEED to know

4 Oct

Social Media

 

 

 

 

 

1. APP –

The term App is short for application. Which is a shortened version of “Application Program”

An App is a small program that is usually free-standing but runs alongside an existing platform, such as Facebook or Twitter & brings an addition element to that platform, such as a

game app, like app, follower app – You can also quite easily have a custom App developed for you – One which will do practically whatever you would like it to – such as record visitors, send out company info, take information etc.

2. CONTENT –

Content is the information you place on your social media platforms, such as videos, blogs, images & text. Good quality, original content is key to gaining trust from followers.

3. ENGAGEMENT –

On SocialMedia, the engagement is how much interaction there is in relation the Content (see 2.) you are posting. this is usually measured in “Likes” , “Followers, “Shares” etc.

4. INFOGRAPHIC –

This is an illustration that shows information, especially numbers & statistics, in a pictorial format.

5. SEO –

Search Engine Optimisation, the process of making websites content visible to the audience, usually via carefully worded posts on blogs, tagged pictures, images & content.

6. TAG –

A word or mark that appears on a photo etc that is designed to let your followers or friends know what you are doing or where you are , or indeed about a product / service you like.

7.  USER GENERATED CONTENT –

This is content (see point 2.) that is produced by the general public,rather than by the company or people acting officially on behalf of the company.

8. WEBINAR –

A live meeting or presentation, sent out to “attendees” via the internet. These can be interactive & viewers can participate, asking questions.

 

Please read my other blogs for some more tips & hints.

Social Media & The Workplace

Social Media for Events

My Fave Social media Platforms

Do I need Social Media?

Should I Automate my Social Media?

I hope the above helps.

Karin

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Social Media for Events in 13 steps

26 Jun

Events Character Means Concert Occasion Events Or FunctionsA quick “How to” guide 

 

 

1) Prepare the information you need – Location / format etc

2) Define your goals

3) Learn where your target audience are – (research their online habits)

4) Decide on appropriate Social Media forum (Pinterest/ Facebook / Twitter etc)

5) Create the platforms (grab same names / Very similar names across all you use)

6) Brand the platforms – Using relevant colours / icons / logos

7) Create an engaging intro & post onto relevant communities/groups

8) Decide on Hashtags & keywords & ensure their use across platforms

9) Support & encourage pre-event networking

10) Ask for ideas from the community you build – create an engaging atmosphere

11) Ensure regular linking to sales portals such as eventbrite or your webpage

12) Create social links to other communities / groups in same arena

13) Near to event, create a “count-down” to increase the anticipation

OR Spend your time building your event, doing the fun part and hire a Social Media consultant to help.

It’s not expensive as you may think & they have “contacts” which may help in disseminating your info & event out.

Contact info@Rocoja.co.uk for details of what we can do.

www.Rocoja.co.uk

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