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Content creation and page management. The social media consultant will provide 1-2 social media posts per week on Facebook and Instagram in support of Gloria’s way content calendar and goals. Articles and blog posts are published weekly on the Gloria’s Way website. The social media consultant will use current, past, and created original content for social media posts with the mission of connecting with the Greater Cleveland dementia caregiver community. The social media consultant will provide a monthly summary to the editorial team and monitor Facebook and Instagram accounts (within reasonable expectations, normal business hours) and help generate conversations and increase engagement.
Cleveland School Book Fund is seeking a writer and content curator for social media posts, no page management required. Cleveland School Book Fund is seeking a social media consultant who will create content for two social media pages based on website content, holiday calendar, academic year and CMSD news. Page management and monitoring is not required.
Content and format of videos will be planned ahead of time, the consultant will film videos (socially distant, outdoors preferred) or take videos filmed by Melody and edit with bookends, audio, etc. The client is open to recommendations for the best approach. Will need approx 2-3 videos, approx 1-minute in length per month. Additional work is possible, based on agreed hourly or per-item rates.
Gloria’s Way is an online resource and community for dementia caregivers. Their mission is to simplify the lives of dementia caregivers by making dementia care easier through the use of our web-based dementia support search engine and 1:1 care navigation. Their vision is to connect caregivers with support through their local dementia resource and referral network offering trusted information and valued services to everyone who needs it.
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Once your organization gets into the habit of creating newsletters, blog posts and other website content on a regular basis, the next goal is to ensure that everything is written and tagged in a way that will help increase quality traffic to your site.
One month ago, when we sent out the very first issue of The Good News newsletter, I had no idea that I would soon be sharing my “bedroom office” with a ten-year-old while keeping teenagers from fighting over bread and helping my clients manage crisis communications.
Yes, we are in crisis.
We are also collectively very anxious and completely overwhelmed with information.
It might surprise you to hear this from someone whose livelihood comes from writing and editing, but now is not the time to publish every detail about what you are doing to respond to the coronavirus and COVID-19.
I am not a natural “systems person.” There was a time, not so long ago, when the only routine I followed consistently was to brush my teeth every morning. And I know I’m not alone.