Live Reporter Role

Have you been asked to be the live reporter at Digital Communicators? Does it seem impossible? Here are the steps to make it fun and educational for you.

  1. Post on Digital Communicators’ Social Media pages before the meeting day. We have Social Media pages on 1) Facebook, 2) Twitter, and 3) Linked In.
    • Before you post, you need to create a picture and get the details of the meeting from the agenda page here on Digital Communicators’ webpage.
    • Once you have the meeting date and major role players you can post on the three Social Media sites.
    • You will need the log in and passwords for those accounts.
  2. Download the Agenda before the meeting. Some people like to copy and past the agenda into a Google Doc to have the inforamtion in front of them before and during the meeting. You can create hashtags with the speakers names or speech topic or title.
  3. Arrive at the meeting at 6 PM London time promptly and begin taking screen pictures and commenting on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. (You may need to send the pictures to the PR Committee Facebook representative at the meeting to be able to post.)
  4. During the meeting post to these accounts with nice pictures of your fellow Digital Communicator friends and put a few words about their role or speech that they have given.
  5. We are using these hashtags to help people find us:
    • #DComlive
    • #DComTMS
    • #Toastmasters
  6. When the meeting is over, please create a two minute Live Reporter video and upload it Digital Communicator’s YouTube account.
  7. Create a post on Digital Communicator’s website (here) about the meeting. What did you like? What can we improve on?
  8. Give a strong call to action at the end of your filmed Reporter Role video.
    • “Please visit us”
    • “Improve your Digital Skills and Speaking Skills with Digital Toastmasters!”
  9. Have Fun!
  10. Digital Communicators Social Media Accounts & Hashtags

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