"Social Media Basics - What channels + Newest Trends"

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Name: "Social Media Basics - What channels + Newest Trends"
Date: November 10, 2016
Time: 9:30 AM - 12:00 PM EST
Event Description:
"Social Media Basics - What channels + Newest Trends"
 The why, the what, and the how for your small business or nonprofit
They’re Out There – How Do You Reach Them?  You know your prospects, clients and members are active on social media. Are you asking: can social media really be harnessed for your business or nonprofit? Perhaps you’re not convinced that it works – or you are, but you’re feeling overwhelmed and are not sure how to get started marketing your business with social media.
This workshop will show you the value of using social media to reach your customers, members and prospects – plus how it can drive repeat business from your current customers, and how it can lead to new customers, members and volunteers!
Join Liz Provo, Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact, the leading online marketing company with over 650,000 small business and non-profit organizations members, as she helps you examine the 5 most popular social media networks – Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram – and discuss:
  • What each network is about
  • What to post
  • How often to post
  • The business benefit of using each social network
 We’ll also look at what comes next: what kinds of engaging, share-worthy content to post to social media, how to get started, and how to use a content calendar to plan your social media posts.
Greenfield Community College Downtown, 270 Main Street, Greenfield, Rooms D119/120/121 (first floor)
Date/Time Information:
Thursday, November 10, 9:30 am - noon
Contact Information:
Franklin County Chamber of Commerce
$8 non-members
$5 members
Please note, for Greenfield Community College facility liability reasons, we will need your date of birth in order to register you.
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