Social Media Workshop – 14th December, 9am-12.30pm
Do you sometimes feel like you should know more about social media and how to get the most out of it for your business?
Does it seem like it’s a marketing tool that only millennials know how to use properly?
The potential to reach new customers through social media has never been greater, and it’s constantly growing.
Make sure you getting the most from this powerful marketing tool!
December is a great time to reflect on the year and put strategies in place to make next year even better! Don’t miss the last workshop of the year so you can get prepared and start January with a bang.
What you will get
We will give you the step-by-step instructions you need to start building your social media presence across the top social networks; Facebook, Twitter & LinkedIn.
Who should attend?
Business owners, MD’s and their teams responsible for promoting the business and engaging with your audience across the social networks.
This course is suitable for complete beginners and existing users looking to pick up some new tips.
You will learn
This half day Getting to Grips with Social Media course will give you a clear understanding of how:
Social media can impact on your business
To use the right social media platforms for your business
To create a social media strategy
To build your community
To promote your business to the RIGHT audience
To measure your success
An introduction to the key social media management and reporting tools
Plus I will share with your some of the tips and tricks I have picked up
The Getting to Grips with Social Media workshop takes you through how to build your community and promote your business to the right audience.
Following your completion of the workshop we will also book in a complimentary follow up review with you to assess your progress and provide analysis on forward planning.
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Please note: This is one of our most popular workshops and as there are only a limited number of places it is recommended to book early to avoid disappointment.