Monday, August 5th, 2013 - Social Media AOK

With a change in location, a handful of more staff and even more training courses on offer, the social media specialists at Social Media AOK are on the rise with a focus on not-for-profit.

Social Media AOK has relocated to a bigger and better location on Level 1, 38 Payneham Road, Adelaide. The office move will cater for the organisation’s now full house, taking on a new staff member as well as accommodating two new interns from the University of South Australia. Nadia, who has recently joined the team has a degree in Journalism with a major in Public Relations and is currently working to complete a Graduate Diploma in Communications (Public Relations) to further her skills in the area of public relations and communications.

“I am very excited to be part of the team at Social Media AOK. I believe that social media is a very powerful tool that will help businesses and organisations grow dramatically. I am particularly passionate about working towards helping not-for-profit organisations improve their skills in the social media sector,” says Nadia.

With the extra helping hands taking charge of the office, Simone Douglas, the Principal Solutions Architect at Social Media AOK, will be continuing organisation specific training for a range of social media applications as well as providing one on one coaching and mentoring to individuals and organisations that are seeking to build their brand online.

Michael Dodd, Managing Director at Next Generation HQ and client of Social Media AOK, says “If you know a little or nothing about social media, Social Media AOK is the business to see. They can train you, a staff member or put a process in place so it is done for you. With all changes that happen so quickly these days you need to be able to keep on top of it especially if someone has had a not too good experience with your business!”

Social Media AOK have worked with not-for-profit organisations including Hepatitis Australia, a community organisation that focuses on taking action toward the needs of those affected by hepatitis c, and The Sammy D Foundation, an organisation encouraging youth to make positive and safe life decisions and to reach their full potential.

“Here at Social Media AOK we understand that in such a tough economic climate it’s even harder for not-for-profit organisations to source additional resources.

Consequently, we have put together a philanthropic program that offers not-for-profit organisations a 50% discount on our services. We believe that it’s important for not-for-profit organisations to be empowered in the social space and to do so they need to have the skills and knowledge necessary,” says Douglas.

Social Media AOK is very excited to be partnering with Business SA to offer training in social media for it’s members. They are also offering training programs in the upcoming months including: Facebook Getting Started, Getting Serious about Facebook, Facebook ROI, LinkedIn for Professionals and LinkedIn Company Pages.
 
For more information on the courses available or to buy tickets please visit: http://socialmediaaok.eventbrite.com.au

If you are seeking third party commentary on any articles on social media in the not-for-profit space please feel free to contact Simone and Justin Douglas.

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Social Media AOK


At Social Media AOK we specialise in social media managing, development and training. New services within our agency include public relations, journalism and graphic design facilities.

For more information visit www.socialmediaAOK.com.au, follow us on Twitter at @SocialMediaAOK or like us on Facebook facebook.com/SocialmediaAOK


Simone Douglas
P: 1300 658 543
M: 0411 166 320
W: www.socialmediaaok.com.au/

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