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The collaborative slideshow

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To stimulate conversation, ideas and opinion at the start of the event we ran a short Powerpoint slideshow, featuring: 'Organisations using Twitter - good examples'

 

You can view it here.

 

Thanks to everyone that submitted a slide.

 

We ran through the slideshow of examples - that we asked participants to send in prior to the event - and you had the opportunity to say something about your slide, if you wanted to, as did anyone else.  If you were following the event online, you could have tweeted your thoughts or questions about each slide, as we shared it on Slideshare so that you could view it in real time.

 

To make this part of the evening as interactive and beneficial as possible we are very keen to get as many slide contributions as we can, so please send one in.

How?  By sending a slide to Rachel Beer no later than end of play on 26 May.

Please send one slide featuring an example of an organisation (can be a charity, but it doesn't have to be) that you think is using Twitter well, or an occasion when you think they were particularly engaging.

You can just take a screenshot and include your comment with it if you like - it doesn't have to be complicated or .  If you have a Twitter profile, please include your user name in this format: @<your Twitter user name>.

If you're not on Twitter, please just include you name.  (If you are a an agency or company, please do not send in a branded slide - just your twitter user name or your personal name, please.)

If you haven't already submitted a slide, there's still time, and the more contributions we have, the better it will be.

Feeling uninspired or unsure?  Have a look at some slides people sent in for previous NFPtweetup events.

 

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