Through a social media advocacy program, we are able to provide GitLab team members fresh news and updates about our organization and as well as throughout our industry. By having a tool in place that provides curated content, you'll be able to build your personal brand, become an expert in your topic, and contribute to the growth of GitLab.
Curators are selected intentionally by the Social Media team to drive our advocacy content strategy. You are responsible for curating stories to be shared by GitLab team members by adding content to the Bambu platform. Each piece of content added to Bambu should benefit your team or your topic. Please take the training and complete the issue you are assigned to. This will certify you as a curator in this program.
|Jennifer Leslie||Awards and contributed articles|
|Jessica Reeder||All Remote|
|Nuritzi Sanchez||Open Source|
|Kira Aubrey||Field Marketing / PubSec|
|Ash Withers||Brand campaigns|
|Sara Kassabian||Blogs (may cross into other topics as needed)|
|Suri Patel||GitOps, Brand & Values|
|Fiona O'Keefe||Customer Reference|
|Jennifer Parker||Customer Reference|
|Simon Lang||Internal Communications, Internal Stories|
|TBD||Talent Brand, Job postings|
|Wil Spillane||Admin/Manager, Brand & Values, News/Press|
When drafting social posts for team members to share, curators should be sure to answer these questions:
@. If you want to mention a handle first, add a
., so it would appear as
.@GitLab. Without the period, Twitter will believe this is a response and not a broadcast, so the tweet will not appear on people's walls, dramatically reducing reach and making the post ineffective.
Company x is #MovingToGitLab. This won't work if we're referencing a move from the past. Where we'd say,
Company x migrated to GitLab and here's what they learned. #MovingToGitLab
note: Consider sharing on social, please share on your channels, etc.