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Is your business too boring for social media? (Or, if bloody lawyers can do...
Thu 17 November 2016, 14:00 – 16:00 GMT
Want to make social media work in your business but still don’t really get it?
During this special Pub School session Valuable Content owners and award winning authors Sonja Jefferson and Sharon Tanton will be joined by Paul Hajek, principal of Bristol conveyancing firm Clutton Cox.
In this real life case study Paul explains how Clutton Cox wins friends and clients through the content the team shares online in an industry not known for being social media friendly. Paul shares his approach and methodology, and there will be an exercise or two to help you kick your own social media activity in the right direction.
All welcome, but this session will be of special interest to owners of small independent businesses (especially owners of ‘boring unsexy’ businesses) who think that social media couldn’t work for them, and are feeling a bit confused and left behind.
Ticket price includes tea and cake in the fabulous Lion Pub in Cliftonwood.
The workshop will be run by Sonja Jefferson and Sharon Tanton, authors of the best-selling Valuable Content Marketing book.
Sonja and Sharon run Valuable Content, a specialist digital marketing and training business based in Bristol. They’ve helped hundreds of people in the UK and around the world to get their business content right – from University of Bristol and Google to small independent firms with big ideas to share. Through strategic content partnerships, consulting assignments and unique group training programmes they help great businesses large and small to create and share content that matters.
They created the Social Media course for the Digital Business Academy. The Digital Business Academy is a free initiative from Tech City UK and UCL, created to help the nation gain free digital business skills.
Last year Sonja and Sharon launched Pub School, a small group learning programme based in the best pub in Bristol, to help people running businesses get better results from their websites, content and social media.