April 26, 2011 Written by: Media Matters
Everybody’s doing it, but how do you make social networks work for your business? Discover the answer at the next business workshop that covers social networking for both business-to-consumer and business-to-business audiences.
The workshop, delivered by accredited trainer Karen McNulty, takes place on Monday 23 May in Lynch Wood. Places are limited to a handful of delegates to enable everyone to get maximum benefit from the session.
Delegates will learn the practical aspects of setting up accounts through to social networking etiquette. Also, examine how to get the most out of Twitter and Facebook as marketing channels and the value of a social media strategy.
Find out how often to update, get tips on attracting followers and fans and how to measure the results of social networking activity.
“No-one can ignore the value of online marketing for business and social networks are a key part of it,” explained Karen, chartered marketer at Media Matters. “This workshop is suitable if you haven’t yet started using Facebook or Twitter, but also if you’ve already set up accounts but would benefit from guidance on what to do next and how.”
The workshop will run from 2-5pm on May 23 at Media Matters’ training studio in Lynch Wood Business Park. For more information, email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call: 371363.
For anyone wanting more general information about Internet marketing as a whole and how it could support their business, Media Matters is running a half-day (June 13) and full-day course (June 27). For more details visit: www.mediamatters-pr.co.uk