Posted on 25th May 2016
If you’ve been using social media marketing for a while, have you noticed that you’re not getting the response and interest that you used to?
Or perhaps you are relatively new to social media marketing, and trying to work out the best way to tackle it.
The truth is – all the main platforms (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Instagram) have moved strongly towards being ‘paid-for’ media – just in the same way that you would have to pay to advertise in a local newspaper, on the radio or as a bill-board.
With probably less than 10% of your social media posts actually reaching your followers, should you invest in the paid-for options on social media?
How does it work? Does it produce results and is it value for money? What about the different options and how do you decide which audiences to reach? How will you see the results and what does ‘good’ look like?
If you want the answers to these questions or you are interested in exploring whether you should use paid social media marketing to promote your business – join us on our breakfast business booster session on 24th June.
Many businesses across the South East and London have been benefiting from these practical bite size training courses, run by Liz Barnes. Here’s a few comments:
“Very relaxed and down-to-earth but still delivered the goods! I found it all very useful”.
“Short punchy session which is easy to assimilate and time efficient”
“Really liked your delivery (Liz) and lack of ego in sharing your expertise”.
|Date:||24th June 2016|
|Time:||09:00 Breakfast and face to face networking
09:10 Learning session – Is Social Media The Free Marketing Tool You Need?
|Price:||£35.00 per person|
|Venue:||The King’s Centre
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