Stop Wasting Your Time on Social Media
Do you struggle with promoting your business on social media?
Let’s face it, you know you should be taking advantage of all that social media has to offer, but you don’t want it to take up all of your time and energy.
If you feel that social media is too time consuming, or if you are interested in learning how to utilize some simple tools and tricks to improve your online presence – this session is designed to help you.
The goal of this workshop is to help you increase your understanding of how social media can help you with your coaching business and provide actionable tips that you can implement immediately. Whether you are just starting out or you have been using social media for awhile, this session is designed to help you make your social media easier to do.
What you will learn?
- How to decide which social media platform is best to connect with your target audience
- Tips on how to come up with the best content to post online and determine the optimal time to post
- Best practices and examples of what works, what to do and what not to do on social media.
- Strategies that will save you time and still be online!
If you are tired of trying to figure out social media on your own, this session will help explain it to you in plain English.
October 10th, 2018
1:00pm to 4:00pm
Tourism Red Deer (101 – 4200 Hwy 2, Red Deer)
About the Presenter
Nancy Smith loves to help people understand and develop strategies for social media. As an early adopter and avid social media user, it has been a natural transition for her to apply knowledge from her marketing career to assist brands such as Travel Alberta, Sport Chek, Samsung and Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority.
As a passionate advocate for social media, Nancy currently teaches at two universities – the University of Calgary and Mount Royal University and at Bow Valley College. Nancy is also an acclaimed speaker, having over 15 years’ experience in providing workshops and sessions at large-scale conferences dealing with issues and strategies related to social media.