Superfast Business Wales Social Media Masterclass
Event Date: 21/03/2017 - 21/03/2017
All Superfast Business Wales events are designed specifically for trading businesses, and delegates may only attend one event. A maximum of 2 delegates may attend from one company.
If you have any questions about eligibility or need more info about Superfast Business Wales events and support, please give one of our Online Advisers a ring on 03332 408329 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Get social - grow your business!
Join Superfast Business Wales' Social Media Masterclass to access practical, expert advice designed to help you boost profits, increase brand awareness and create valuable customer engagement through using social media platforms effectively and generating creative social media activity.
The Social Media Masterclass will cover:
Introduction to main social media platforms including Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram and Google+
How to plan and co-ordinate your social media activity
How to generate great, platform-specific content to use in your social media posts
How to measure the effectiveness of your social media activity
Don't miss this valuable opportunity to gain real insight into how you can utilise social media to gain a competitive advantage, engage with customers and grow your business.
Please note that once you have registered your interest in an event you will be contacted by one of our team to arrange a one-to-one telephone appointment to discuss your business needs.
Eligible businesses are expected to register an interest in a workshop that meets their business needs. Due to funding requirements, a client is able to attend just one of the Superfast Business Wales workshops. Should you require support with ascertaining which workshop is best suited to you and your business, please do not hesitate to contact a member of our Online Advisory team on 03332 408329 where they will suggest the most appropriate workshop for your business based on your priorities.
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