Digital High Street Skills – Module 3 – Grow your business through Social Media
Event on 2015-03-24 16:00:00
Due to funding received from the Department for Business, Innovation & Skills (BIS), these workshops are free of charge to attendees, however if you book a space on a module and fail to attend, you will be invoiced £85.
Digital High Street Skills is a brand new, tailor made suite of training programmes specifically designed to help small businesses develop their knowledge of the internet, socialmedia and benefits of getting their business online.
From developing a website to using email marketing and socialmedia, the Digital High Street Skills Programme run by the Association of Town Centre Management(ATCM), will equip small business with the confidence, skills and tools they need to benefit from the rapid growth of e-tailing and ultimately increase their bottom line. For each of the three modules you will complete a simple pre-course questionnaire, receive a comprehensive delegateworkbook and have access to a series of downloads (detailed information and templates to use in developing your online strategies).
Module 3 – Tuesday 24 March, 16.00-20.00 Reigate Town Hall
Grow your business through Social Media- an introduction to blogs, social media and rich content which will keep your customers engaged with your business. This module will:
- Show you how to select the most appropriate social media channels for your business
- Explain how to use social media to drive footfall by developing rich content and how to maximise on Search Engine Optimisation (SEO) and develop a social media strategy which is right for your business.
- Understand the future and power of spcial media and how to maximise this for your business
By the end of the session you will be able to use the main soical media channels to promote and grow your bsuiness, understand the uses of Facebook, Twitter, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Instagram and how to blog effectively.
at Reigate & Banstead Borough Council
Reigate, United Kingdom