Be Good Be Social Glasgow 12/09/13 LIVE

Join us for the live webinar – audio stream, slides and chat – NOW!  Read More

Livestream – #begoodbesocial glasgow

From 6.30pm on Thursday 17th May 2012 we’ll be live streaming Be Good Be Social Glasgow in full. Simply click the ‘live’ button at the top of our website or go straight to the livestream player. Remember to join in with all the chat on the night via our hashtag: #begoodbesocial  Read More

free #begoodbesocial Glasgow tickets now released

Scotland’s fourth sector social media gathering returns on Thursday 17th May 2012 6-9pm at Big Lottery Fund Scotland HQ. Join us for a range of talks, a Q&A panel session and, importantly, drinks & food. You can grab free tickets via Eventbrite. Our Speakers John Popham, Celebration 2.0 “From the village green to your computer screen: Because technology should be fun” Ally Tibbitt, Greener Leith & STV Local “Neighbourhood... Read More

Social Media for Social Good – book now

Bookings can now be made for Scotland’s first full-day third sector social media conference via the  Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector (GCVS) website. Taking place on 26th April, Social Media for Social Good is a day long event packed with expert talks and workshops to help third sector organisations get the most out of social media. Programme 9.00am Registration & Tea/Coffee 9.30am Speaker: Ross McCulloch – Third Sector Lab &... Read More

Social Media for Social Good: all-day event – Glasgow – 26th April 2012

Be Good Be Social as you know it returns on 17th May 2012 6-9pm at Big Lottery Scotland HQ in Glasgow. We’ve got three great speakers lined up and, for the first time, a panel Q&A session. We’ve always taken on board feedback from Be Good Be Social attendees – we crowdsource all the speakers and we ask your opinions on how we should structure the evening.  We had tons of feedback asking for more practical hands-on social media... Read More

All the slides – Be Good Be Social Edinburgh Nov 2011

All the slides from Be Good Be Social Edinburgh, November 2011, are now available on SlideShare and embedded below. Remember you can watch all the videos from the last event online as well. Thanks to everyone who has blogged about the event, if you’d like to write a post get in touch and we can supply you with images, videos, slides, quotes and general niceness. Ed Henderson – Jack Draws Anything – Be Good Be Social Edinburgh Nov... Read More

Edinburgh 2011 in photos

All the photos from Be Good Be Social – Edinburgh Nov 3rd 2011 are now online courtesy of Trixta Photography. We’ll also have the slides, full speaker videos and a write-up soon.  Read More

Be Good Be Social Edinburgh – everything you need to know

1. It’s on Thu 3rd Nov 6-9pm GMT at the University of Edinburgh University Informatics Forum. That’s the main Forum building not the smaller InSpace venue.   2. Those of you washing your hair that night can join us online for the video livestream of the speakers/workshops and right good natter via the #begoodbesocial hashtag.   3. You can get all Foursquare on the night, Conrad from Shelter Scotland will be speaking about it... Read More

Checking in with Shelter Scotland

A special guest blog post from Be Good Be Social Edinburgh speaker Conrad Rossouw, Digital Manager, Shelter Scotland. Check in and check out our shops – Shelter Scotland and Foursquare Shelter Scotland wanted to ensure Foursquare users are actively exploring and talking about our stores and the charity’s work online. We realised that this was something that a few people are doing through Foursquare already, even without our input and we wanted... Read More

The little boy with the big art

Guest blog post from Be Good Be Social Edinburgh speaker Ed Henderson. My name is Ed Henderson, you may know me better as the Dad from Jack Draws Anything. I build websites for a living and back in March 2011, I quite innocently helped my 6 year old son Jack Henderson with a little idea. He had decided to draw pictures in exchange for donations to the Sick Kids Hospital in Edinburgh (a place himself, his wee brother Toby and most especially his little... Read More