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Social Media 101: Unpaid Sources of Social Media

  • Dates: 16 – 16 Aug, 2022
  • <strong>Contact:</strong> Ed Doering
  • <strong>Email:</strong> <a href='mailto:chapter.0019@scorevolunteer.org'>chapter.0019@scorevolunteer.org</a>
  • Website: http://www.kansascity.score.org
  • <strong>Phone:</strong> (816) 235-6675

Social media changes so fast that people no longer consider themselves experts even if they already use social media to market their business.

Even if you THINK you know everything, we promise you will walk away with new knowledge and tips on the best usage of Social Media and how to integrate it with your business. If you need to learn the basics of Social Media and how to engage customers with the right posts, this workshop is for YOU! We will focus on the most popular sites - LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Faculty: Kim Beer. Kim is a national speaker and advocate for entrepreneurship and small business marketing. She has been an entrepreneur for over 25 years, soon to celebrate her 20th year as president of the small business marketing firm Midnight Productions, Inc. Kim's mission is to inspire and educate entrepreneurs to create results-oriented marketing tactics that will carry their business to the next level. Her seminars on marketing are honest, enlightening and packed with great action steps and technical instruction. Kim is a Certified Authorized Local Expert and Platinum Solution Provider with the online marketing software company Constant Contact.

Please connect at least 5 minutes in advance to be sure you have a good connection. The webinar starts promptly at 9:00 AM and concludes by 12:00 PM.


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