Learn how to advocate for renewable energy on social media

These days, social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter are no longer just for connecting with friends – they are critical tools for communicating good news about your business to the public, decision makers, influencers and potential customers. If you are a developer, supplier or purchaser of renewable energy services, it is time to learn how to use social media to help educate on the many economic and environmental benefits of renewable power development.

That’s why the Wind Energy Foundation’s A Renewable America campaign is hosting a webinar next Tuesday, November 8th at 3:30 EST on advanced social media techniques.

This webinar will cover:

  • Social media management best practices on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
  • Ad buy basics for Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn, including targeting capabilities and acquisition and persuasive ads
  • An easy platform to help your employees and co-workers share recent positive news about the growth of the renewable sector.

This is an excellent opportunity to develop your personal and professional reach on social media while becoming an advocate for the robust U.S. renewable energy economy. The webinar is primarily targeted at communications managers, but is applicable to anyone in the industry who wants to improve his or her online communications and expand reach.

As part of the presentation, we’ll cover the Renewable Champions platform that makes engaging on social media easier than ever. The Foundation is using this platform to reward our most engaged renewable business employees with monthly prizes throughout the remainder of the year, culminating with a free wind farm tour and turbine climb, courtesy of EDP Renewables, for the most active and effective business voice on social media!

We invite all renewable energy developers, suppliers, and purchasers to encourage their employees to attend this webinar. Click the link to sign up.

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