Facebook Basics for Your Business Workshop

Facebook Basics for Your Business Workshop - Are you on Facebook? Facebook is the largest social network in the world today, with over 1 billion users worldwide and more joining every day. Many large businesses are already using Facebook and more than half of the small businesses in the United States consider Facebook a key part of their go-to-business approach. This course is a guided tour of Facebook's many features. Learn about the hidden rules that will make you more effective in using this platform personally and also as a business. We'll also show you tricks, including security settings, keys to ads and offers that will make you an effective "power user."
This workshop will be presented by Social Media Club of Kansas City member Josh Coleman of Jennings Social Media Marketing. Josh is a Digital and Social Media Strategist. Over the past 2 years, Josh has worked with two of the most recognizable new startups in the tech world; Zaarly and AgLocal. He has participated in both startups from their early formats and worked to build their presence, both online and in their targeted geographic locations. He has contributed to the development of social media strategy for both companies. Enterprise Center of Johnson County, 8527 Bluejacket, May 16th, 11am-1pm, $25(includes boxed lunch). To register - online at www.ecjc.com, call 913-438-2282 or email jvehlewald@ecjc.com.

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