Google+ for business – Derby March 17
Event on 2015-03-17 09:30:00
Why should your business be on Google+? One, it’s got a massive 350 million active users, and two, it could help your company appear HIGHER in Google.
Have you set up a Google+ account for your business and you’re not sure what to do next? Do you want learn how to use your Google+ account to grow your business and help your website’s search engine optimisation (SEO)?
Google+ is now the world’s second largest social network behind Facebook and is fast becoming a social network which businesses should not ignore.
Our 3 hour workshop will enable your business to become active on Google+ including:
– What makes Google+ different from other social networking sites
– Taking the Google+ tour
– Creating an optimised Google+ business profile
– Understanding the +1
– How to follow others
– Understanding, creating and managing circles
– Using hangouts for business
– How to engage with your Google+ followers with great content
– Measuring success
You will leave the workshop full of confidence in how to use Google+ to its full potential. You will be ready to use Google+ effectively and understand how it really can help you get new business.
The event will be run by Status Social’s Mark Saxby. Mark is a former BBC award-winning journalist, who, with his team has trained over 800 businesses in social media across the UK. Mark’s warm teaching style, mixed with humour and an in-depth knowledge will leave you inspired.
”After spending the morning at Status Social on their Google+ workshop I now finally understand it! A great workshop with Status Social and Mark Saxby doing what they do so well; demystifying the mysteries of social media. And, with Google+ there seem to be many! As always the workshop covered everything you need to know to maximise your presence on this platform in a comprehensive, engaging and often funny way! Thanks again, back for Twitter sometime soon.” Kathy Kemp, Aganto Temporary Building Specialists.
at Friar Gate Studios
Derby, United Kingdom