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FREE Social Media Live Online

FREE Social Media Live Online

  • September 20, 2018
    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Social Media is almost universally used—by consumers and brands—which makes it one of the most effective (and perhaps cost-effective) channels to connect with your audience. And engagement is the name of the game! It’s not enough to just be on social media, you need to be actively engaging with your audience. Users expect to see EVERY business on social media.

 

Join me for this FREE workshop as I share with you my top 20 social media tips and how to use social media effectively for your business.

 

Here’s what you will learn:

 

  • How to keep your audience engaged
  • Why content is the most important factor in social media and how to create it
  • Time saving tools for sourcing content, creating images and scheduling all your posts
  • Social Media tips and tricks for Facebook & Instagram
  • How to create a social media schedule
  • Ways to increase traffic to your website from social media
  • Pitfalls to avoid

Once you register you will be sent a link to Zoom.

 

The Presenter – Megan Del Borrello

Megan has over 15 years marketing experience, and is adept in both online and offline marketing, allowing for a truly integrated approach. Having previously been the Managing Director of a Digital Agency she specialises in developing and implementing marketing strategies, social media marketing and campaign development for small to large enterprise. She has a keen interest in educating small business and not for profits to help them understand the online space.

Megan is a member of the Australian Institute of Marketing and a Board Member and the Marketing and Communications Chair of 100 Women a Perth based not for profit. She is also a regular media commentator and contributor featuring in WA Today, 6PR, Sydney Morning Herald, Courier Mail, Triple M & ABC 720 Perth.

 Megan speaks/presents at seminars, business associations and private companies including APSMA, Reece Plumbing, SPASA WA, District 32 and Nifnex.



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