Posts Tagged ‘DONA’
Birth Activists Use Twitter to Enhance Conference Engagement
Last post Jeanette outlined why Facebook isn’t the ideal social media platform to use at a conference. What platform is most valuable for conference goers eager for information sharing, but short on time for their Facebook news feed? Using Twitter is quick, can happen on a smart phone, and allows a micro-focus on conference sharing…Read More
How To: Facebook FRIENDraisers for Birth Activists
In our last post, we talked about using social media to deepen your birth and breastfeeding conference experience. We were also looking for ways to engage the conference goers with social media. Here’s what we did – right down to the impact. Facebook Friendraiser. The goal: make as many (or more!) virtual new doula friends…Read More
Birth Conferences and Social Media: We’re Back From DONA and Ready To Share!
Hillary and I exhibited at a conference for Citizens for Midwifery (CfM) for the first time! We just got back from Boston, home to this year’s Doulas of North America (DONA) annual conference. We wanted to be at DONA because doulas are key birth and breastfeeding educators and activists for The Midwives Model of Care.…Read More