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Making Social Media work for your business

‘Social Animal’- Social Media for Business

Wednesday 15th November, 2017
9.30am-12.30pm
£195 plus VAT

Giant Campus, 7th Floor, Civic Centre, Castle Hill Avenue, Folkestone, Kent CT20 2QY

Sure, we all like to think of ourselves as a bit of a social butterfly every now and then, but in the world of modern business getting social is becoming a necessity.

Do not do social media because ‘everyone else is’, do it because the numbers do not lie. Businesses that are more effectively active across social media generally generate a better brand value as well as that of conversion.

There is a big difference between running social media profiles for yourself and for your business, and we are not just talking about watching your Ps and Qs. Social media can help you reach out and engage with a wide range of customers and influencers, it can help you showcase your products and even helps people to find your website when ‘Googling’ it.

There are so many platforms and tools out there to help you but where do you start? Which platform is best for your audience? How can you create content that is interesting? There are so many unanswered questions about social media – but no more.

During this ‘Social Animal’ training you will learn from professional digital marketers.

On this course, you will learn how to maximise your efforts online, demonstrate social media tools to make the process more efficient as well as how you can monitor return on investment and use split testing to analyse what works best for your specific target audience.

For further details, visit https://www.giantcampus.co.uk/courses/social-media-training/

What will you learn?

  • An introduction to which platforms are available and a brief user overview on each
  • Making creative & unique content
  • Optimising your posts for maximum effects
  • Sponsored Ads, how to target
  • Tools to manage social media day to day
  • Tracking and measuring website traffic
  • Improving your website SEO
  • Online campaigns.
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