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Supercharge Your Facebook Page
Friday, March 23, 2012 from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM (CDT)
Plano, United States
Supercharge Your Facebook Page
It’s no secret that Facebook has become a huge part of how people interact with each other, share ideas and recommendations, and interact with the brands they like. But too many businesses aren’t seeing results from their Facebook marketing efforts because they are posting content without a plan for turning “fans” into customers and advocates. In this seminar, you’ll learn:
• Why Facebook is important to your business
• The difference between posting and marketing on Facebook
• Ten tips to drive more “likes,” more “shares,” and more business
You’ll also learn best practices that you can do today to supercharge your Facebook marketing and take that word-of-mouth marketing to the next level. We’ll share examples of how others are using Constant Contact’s Social Campaigns to engage their current customers, gain new customers and grow their business. During the Q& A section, you can ask questions, give us feedback and talk about your marketing experiences.
Presented by Julie Niehoff, Sr. Regional Development Director at Constant Contact
Julie has more than ten years of marketing communications experience, specializing in technology marketing. She successfully launched her own consulting business, and co-founded an online resource website for event planners. Julie specializes in helping small businesses, associations and organizations utilize technology as a part of their marketing plan, as well as build effective relationships with their customer and member base.
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Reasonable accommodations will be made to those individuals with disabilities, as well as to clients with limited English proficiency, who request such accommodations in advance.
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The Collin SBDC promotes small business success by providing management education. We assist small businesses in creating jobs and economic growth by utilizing the elements of quality counseling and training, community involvement and the leveraging of resources.