School of Practical Philosophy Facebook

Updated: May 15


School of Practical Philosophy is a Maltese NGO which for over 30 years has offered life and happiness courses. As people moved online and on Facebook, the school needed a online presence on social media. This was especially important to create awareness of their tri-annual course they organise.


WORK DONE

Facebook Page Management

The School had a Facebook page already but it was inactive. That is when we took it on board to start keeping the page alive, connecting with the community and grow the page. People reacted positively to the page and we grew the page organically and in a contained way, in typical style of the school.​What we co-created with the School:

  1. Giving life to the page.

  2. Connecting to people who attend or wish to attend.

  3. Created events that provided awareness of the courses available.

Welcoming Facebook Covers

Over the years we designed different Facebook covers to welcome people on the page. The School is about elegance and simplicity and we kept those values within the design of the content we were creating.​What we co-created with the School:

  1. Design of a number of Facebook covers.

  2. Kept in alignment with the values of the school.



Engaging Brand Content

Over the years we designed different engaging branded content to communicate and inspire the visitors and subscribers of the Facebook Page.

​What we co-created with the School:

  1. Design of a number of Facebook content images.

  2. Kept in alignment with the values of the school.




Events Creation & Management

For the School’s tri-annual event, we create a Facebook event to create awareness for it. The Facebook event gives information about the course as well as take bookings. For the past years the Facebook event has allowed 20 students every 3 months to benefit from the course.

​What we co-created with School:

  1. Creation of Facebook events for their Introductory Courses.

  2. Keep in contact with those Interested and Going

  3. Facilitate Booking of the Course

  4. Answer questions the participants have on the course.

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