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Social Media, Facebook and Your Marketing Plan, Newham College

London Artform: crafts, combined arts, dance, film, interdisciplinary arts, libraries, literature, museums, photography, music, theatre   Contact: Ashraful Islam ashraful.islam@newham.ac.uk

    

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This workshop will help you to understand how Facebook can fit into a social media plan, and work with a marketing plan in general.

Facebook has changed the way we keep in touch, share ideas, share our lives. It's also changed how businesses communicate with their target audience, even if they don't even have a Facebook business page. The world is now full of choice and advertising. This training session will help you understand how to stand out from the crowded marketplace and make your Facebook page work within your social media plan.

  • Facebook terminology and why it matters
  • How to use Facebook ads
  • How to promote your Facebook page
  • Where social media fits into your marketing plan

Eligibility - Make it Global is full subsidised for:

  • Women led small to medium sized businesses (less than 250 employees) in London.
  • No retailers may apply.
  • Business must be a registered company or sole trader.

To book your place, please visit https://socialmediafacebookandyourmarketingplan.eventbrite.com  


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