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Integrating Social Media to Market Your Business: Maximize Value for Minimal Effort, Part 1
Want to be an expert in Social Media for your business, but don’t have the time? Need to draw in more customers and prospects, but don’t know how? Not sure if Social Media really matters or pays off? Come to our special 90-minute class on integrating your Social Media efforts for maximum value with minimal effort. The legwork you do up-front will reduce your later efforts and increase your engagement.
Social media guru RaeAnn Ruszkowski will present an in-depth class on how to make social media work for your small business by tying your efforts together. We will discuss where your customers are, and how they are using the various platforms.
The class will focus on creating a Marketing & Content Strategy by addressing specific tools like Linkedin Company (& personal) Pages, Pinterest, Facebook/Twitter, Video, as well as SM Management Tools like Hootsuite & Tweetdeck, Blogging, & websites.
You’ll walk out with a plan of attack to immediately implement to improve your business.
(This is part 1; in part 2 we will delve into specific tools and the nuances of each so you can choose which are the most important tools for your customers and how to make the most of each.)
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