Most people who come on this course have a working relationship with Facebook. They tend to have a personal profile and maybe a business page but aren’t quite sure where to take it from there. Other people come on the course to find out ways of improving their Facebook page, increasing their reach and finding out other tips and tricks.
For micro and small businesses, Facebook can be a brilliant marketing tool – but it can also seem daunting, time consuming and just as you think you’ve nailed it, something changes. For bigger businesses it’s pretty much essential but how do you make it work for your brand or brands?
This is one of the DigitalJen ‘kitchen table’ training courses – so it’s very informal, involves plenty of tea/coffee in mugs and definitely some cake. These courses will have a maximum of 4 delegates (I can’t really fit any more around the table) – which means you get plenty of time to ask questions, try things out and share ideas.
After finding out what sort of relationship you have with Facebook, I’ll make sure that we cover what you want to know and make sure that you’re confident with the terminology Facebook are currently using, what sort of things you can post, when you can post them and how you can ‘measure’ the success of your posts. Depending on your needs, we can look at posts, pages, profiles, groups, insights, notifications, messaging, sharing the page admin, to boost or not to boost, adverts, targetting and campaigns.
We’ll also cover a bit about the business ethics involved with using Facebook, choosing images and how your personal profile on Facebook can have an effect on your brand.
Being a technophobe I attended Jens facebook course today, she was very encouraging and showed me things I didn’t know to improve my business page. Looking forward to her next course, I highly recommend her! Thank you Jen.
Jenny Ford – Author
Monday 15th January (1-3pm)
Thursday 1st February (1-3pm)
Wednesday 21st March (1-3pm)
Tuesday 1st May (1-3pm)
Tuesday 10th July (9:30-11:30am)
Wednesday 10th October (9:30-11:30am)
Thursday 22nd November (9:30-11:30am)