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Next Central Birmingham Social Media Surgery – Friday 20 November

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As the cold weather draws us ever nearer towards winter – why not hibernate on the web and enjoy some friendly conversation about social media to warm the cockles.

We have scheduled in the next central Birmingham Social Media Surgery session at the Fazeley Studios, Digbeth for November (please note this date has changed – there will be no surgery on Thursday 12 November).

When and where?

CENTRAL BRUM Social Media Surgery: Friday 20 November, 2009 between 5.30pm and 7pm at The Fazeley Studios, 191 Fazeley Street, Digbeth, Birmingham B5 6DR (link to map), opposite The Bond. Push the large pale blue doors with the silver door knob.

This particular surgery has a twist. We are inviting those who have already been to a surgery to come back and develop their skills and build on their sites. Don’t worry if you’ve left a blog dormant for months – the point of this November surgery is to take you to the next level and show you some inspiring things other people have done with social media.

Even though this surgery is aimed at those who would like to improve on their social media skills, everyone is welcome, and we can work with you according to your level and needs. If you belong to a Birmingham based community or neighbourhood group or charity please come and join us, you can drop in any time between 5.30pm and 7pm.

To sign up just fill out the form below.

What is a Social Media Surgery?

The surgeries are organised by volunteer members of the informal Birmingham Bloggers group. We promise friendly advice and all the surgeons are not getting paid to provide the help. Surgeries work as informal one-to-one advice to help you make the best of social media. In this particular surgery we may cluster patients into groups who want to learn similar things at the same pace.

Want to know more about Social Media Surgeries and what to expect? You can find out more information about what goes on at a surgery and how it can benefit you here.

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