How to improve your post’s Facebook page

How to improve your post’s Facebook page

Dear TALMA members,

We have a special virtual training session planned for March. The session will focus on how to improve your post's Facebook page, as well as some guidelines on how to remain nonpartisan on social media.

Dave Wallace, a member of American Leigon Post 180 in Vienna, Va., and Bradley Heck, the public relation chairman for the Department of Arizona, will be the panelists for our March virtual training. The session will take place at 7 p.m. EST on March 10. Mark Sutton will be the moderator. Sign up here.

Replays of all previous training sessions are available in TALMA’s private Facebook group.

Also, have you entered the annual TALMA contest yet? Don’t miss out!

Visit TALMA’s contest web page to review the contest and submit your entries before the deadline of April 15. All entries must have been published during the 2020 calendar year. Once again, the contest is free to all members of TALMA.

Among the improvements this year are the addition of two special awards, an Innovation Award and a Chairman’s Award. 

  • Innovation Award: This rewards innovation in media. Nominees may submit for this but don't have to for consideration. Judges will consider the award winners and other nominees to select a winner that demonstrated true innovation
  • Chairman's Award: A “Best in Show” award. Nominees don't submit specifically for this. The commission considers the award winners and selects one that goes above and beyond the others.
Winners of those categories get a plaque, $50 Emblem Sales credit and a seat on the TALMA task force for the coming year.
I look forward to reviewing your entries for the 2021 annual contest. Good luck everyone!