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Promoting your Get Online Week event online

Our top tips and resources for promoting your Get Online Week event online.

Spreading the word about your Get Online Week event on your website, in newsletters and on social media is a great way to raise awareness about the free digital skills support your organisation provides.

See below for our top tips and resources for promoting your event online.

Share your event on your website and in email newsletters

You can use our template below when sharing information about Get Online Week in your emails and on your website. Use the wording as a starting point and edit as needed to suit the event you are hosting.

Top tip: Tailor the below wording to your organisation’s own style!

IMPORTANT: Make sure to update the sections highlighted in [bold brackets].

Learn a new digital skill in our free Get Online Week event!

We’re excited to be part of Australia’s largest community-led digital inclusion campaign, Get Online Week!

Our fun, free Get Online Week event is a fantastic opportunity to have a go and learn a new digital skill. Come along, meet new people, and take part in [EVENT DESCRIPTION HERE].

Event details When: [START TIME, DATE] Where: [LOCATION] RSVP: [LINK TO ANY WEBSITE RSVP LINK OR CONTACT INFORMATION]

We can’t wait to see you there! We’re proud to be supporting our community to feel more confident and safe online through Good Things Foundation Australia’s Get Online Week 2023 campaign. Find events, tips for getting online, and more on the Get Online Week website: https://aus.getonlineweek.com

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Share your event on social media

Use our ready-to-go social media images and video

Images and videos increase engagement in posts on social media. We have made some Get Online Week tiles ready for you to download and use in your own posts.

Download social media images from the Event Resources page

Use our ready-to-go social media wording

Tailor our template below to share information about your Get Online Week event on your own social media channels.

Top tip: Ask your staff and volunteers to share your posts to reach new people in your community.

IMPORTANT: Make sure to update the sections highlighted in [bold brackets].

Twitter post

Join us at our @getonlineweekau event on [EVENT DATE] to learn about [INSERT TOPIC / BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF EVENT]!

➡️ Find out more about our #GetOnlineWeek event on our website: [LINK TO FURTHER INFORMATION OR REGISTRATION PAGE]

Facebook/LinkedIn post

Have you always wanted to learn about [INSERT TOPIC], but didn’t know where to start? 🖱️💻

Our Get Online Week event is here to help! At our free event, we’ll support you to [EVENT DESCRIPTION HERE].

🗓 [DATE, TIME]
📍 [LOCATION]

Learn more about our event: [LINK TO FURTHER INFORMATION OR REGISTRATION PAGE]

#GetOnlineWeek @Good Things Foundation Australia

Don’t forget to tag us on social media!

Please mention Good Things Foundation in your own posts so we can share and like your posts:

Use the official hashtag:

  • #GetOnlineWeek

Get the word out through local media

Letting local newspapers, radio stations, and television stations know about Get Online Week is a great way to raise awareness of your event and your organisation!

Our article on contacting local media has everything you need to get the news out, including a media release template and tips for speaking with local media.

Read our ‘Tips for event holders contacting local media’

Not holding an event this year?

Even if you aren’t holding a Get Online Week event this year, you can still spread the word about the campaign using our images and video.

Our tips for getting online are easy to share on social media. Just find the tips you think your networks would be most interested in and add the URL to your post!

Read our 2023 ‘Tips for getting online’

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