We’re putting together a social media team in the lead-up to our conference in October.
Our legendary team for the last conference blogged and tweeted and posted their way to our hearts, and this year we’d like to do it all over again. The social media team updates conference participants, publishes great content about historical fiction and authors, and generally makes a noise about historical fiction – online.
Opportunities will be available to raise your own profile, so if you’d like to interview your favourite authors, expand your literary CV, and support the HNSA, we’d love to hear from you.
We have a few different roles, so if any of these interest you, get in touch with us. Just send your expression of interest to: Elizabeth Jane Corbett, Social Media Coordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Our team of bloggers will be responsible for scheduled author interviews and/or panel profiles which will be shared regularly on all HNSA social media platforms. Volunteers will be identified by a short author bio at the conclusion of each post.
• A working knowledge of blogging and popular blogging platforms (we use WordPress)
• A demonstrated ability to write pithy blog-style author interviews.
The selected team of volunteers will be responsible for scheduling twice daily, history related Facebook posts and responding to activity on a pre-determined day of the week, on our Facebook page.
• A Facebook account
• A working knowledge of simple Facebook scheduling (or at least a willingness to learn)
Selected volunteers will be responsible for scheduling history/historical fiction related Tweets on a pre-determined day of the week.
• A Twitter account
• A working knowledge of Buffer/Hootsuite/Tweet Deck or other relevant scheduling applications.
If any of these roles interest you, please send expressions of interest to: Elizabeth Jane Corbett, Social Media Coordinator, email@example.com