Do you need to understand how to make social media work for your business?
Come along to an interactive, half day workshop in Glastonbury and learn how to generate real results from your social media marketing.
On the day, we’ll be covering:
- How you can use social media to benefit your business
- How to decide which social media sites are most likely to move your business forward
- Top tips and tricks for using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn
- How to decide what content to share
- How to plan your social media time
- Some top tools for saving time and managing your social media marketing effectively
We’ll be featuring best practice from local businesses using social media. You’ll also have the opportunity to meet and learn from other businesses like yours.
Included in the price is a social media workbook with tips, tricks and tools.
As part of the course, you’ll get a free half hour one to consultancy focused on your business, or 2 hours if you bring a friend!
Who should come along?
Business owners or staff with social media responsibility for whom time is valuable, and who want to understand how to get optimum results for their businesses, with the least possible effort!
Can't make the date?
If you can’t make the date but would be interested in hearing about future workshops, or would like one to one social media training, consultancy or support, please email email@example.com, or call Jo on 01749 685251.
We hope to see you there!
Jo Friend of Jo Friend Digital has been providing businesses with digital skills training, strategy development and website and social media management for more than 20 years’.
Since 2014, Jo has been working with small businesses around Somerset wanting to use social media to support business growth.
Kirstie Harris has more than 25 years’ experience in organising, promoting and generating ideas to move businesses forward.
Currently Secretary of the Wells Chamber of Commerce, Kirstie has been involved in the organisation and promotion of number of local community initiatives, including the Wells Chamber and Enterprise Mendip Business in Education initiative, Work in Wells Week and the Wells Food Festival.
Freya Steele Photography