Introduce yourself

For the next two weeks, you’ll be studying alongside many learners from around the world.

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Sanne Vliegenthart

During the videos on this course, you’re going to be hearing from Sanne Vliegenthart who will guide you through the course. Sanne is a freelance social media producer, public speaker and YouTuber/blogger who has been using social media to build her own online brand and shape her varied career for many years. Sanne will be sharing her experience of creating content and giving her insights into what works, and why.

Meg Pickard

Meg Pickard is an independent media consultant, and your Lead Educator on this course. Meg was also the former Head of Digital Engagement for Guardian News & Media, so brings many years of experience developing and supporting social web strategy and interactive experiences. Meg will share her experience to help guide you through the exercises and provide solutions which can help you learn.

Over to you:

Before you start your exploration of social media campaigns, why not take some time to introduce yourself to one another?

If you’d like, use the Comments section to tell us more about yourself, where you are from, and why you have chosen to join this course. You can also like comments, and choose to follow other learners.

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How to Create Great Online Content

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