Due to the time change, this web coordinator / blogger is wilting and is therefore too tired to exercise literary prowess and offer witty epithets about this post.
Please forgive the cut / paste, but here are the details of this special double session on social media.
Getting Started with Social Media
Do the words “social media” trigger a panic attack? Do you feel like you’re literally the only person on earth who doesn’t know what a blog is? How will starting up a Facebook book page or getting on Twitter help your business? Should you put out a newsletter? And where are you going to find the time to do it all?
Relax. You’re not alone. Whether you’re a lone freelancer or someone managing a staff of 20, you’re probably struggling to figure out how to use social media for your business. Geeta Nadkarni will offer tips and tricks to get started with social media and help you craft a custom strategy that will maximize your time and profits, and most importantly, turn your clients into your salesforce.
Geeta Nadkarni has been a professional writer for 19 years. She had a successful career with CBC TV and Radio (where she still does a lifestyle column) and now focuses her time on helping small businesses make smart marketing decisions. Her goal is to help small business owners make more money while working fewer hours. Get free small business marketing strategy advice at www.littlemissmultimedia.com (PS, she’s also a member of PWAC Quebec!)
Up and Running with Social Media
So you’ve decided social media is right for your business – now how do you actually do it?
Many different tools and technologies intertwine to comprise what we call social media, and putting that first real foot forward can be daunting. In this presentation, Kirk Wight will demonstrate how to set up a Facebook page and Twitter account, while offering some tips on software used for social media.
No technical knowledge beyond basic computing is required. Let Kirk clear up those first technical steps, and get you and your business on your way to enjoying the benefits of social media.
Kirk Wight is the owner of efficientoffice.ca, where he helps small businesses to flourish using technology and good old-fashioned organization. He has worked over ten years at the nexus of computing, multimedia, office environments and the Internet, including five years as the IT Manager for DHC/Art and the Phi Group. His filing is immaculate, and he has fun every day.
The Where & When
- Date: Thursday, November 25, 2010
- Time- 7-9 p.m. (presentation and Q&A session)
- Em Cafe, 5718, avenue Du Parc , 514 303 5735
- Price: $15/person or $30/three people
To reserve your spot, simply send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org