In only one short decade, the communication movement known as “social media” has evolved from a public experiment to a virtual necessity that quickly spread into a cultural phenomenon! Today, no age group, personal opinions or international borders are immune to its persuasive influence.
At this stage in social media’s rapid development, these public platforms can no longer be ignored by brands – big and small – who hope to reach their customers on a closer, more connected level.
To learn how your organization can best leverage social media to engage with its audience, join Seafoam Media at our new office (2732 Sutton Blvd.) on May 4 from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. for a lunch and learn seminar on social media for small businesses. Since this event is sponsored by the Mid County Chamber of Commerce, all Chamber members will be admitted for free.
For more information, including how to register for the event, click here. If you would like to read more about the points that will be covered during our presentation, see the event itinerary below.
“Social Media for Small Businesses” Itinerary
1. The Purpose of Social Media Platforms
In this first segment, we will answer the following questions as they pertain to your business and its online strategy…
- Why does social media exist?
- How can businesses leverage social media to reach their audience?
- Which social media platforms are most important for your business to actively participate in?
- Why is social media vital to your business and its customers?
2. How to Define Your Business’ Social Media Message
Once you understand the power social media possesses as a communication and advertising tool, we will discuss how to fine-tune your unique message, per social media platform, to best engage with your audience.
3. How to Boost Your Business’ Social Media Message
Of course, understanding your audience and knowing how to speak to them through social media is only a piece of the puzzle that defines digital success. In this segment, you will learn how your business can reach beyond its current customers and build relationships with new groups of people through “boosted” content.
4. What Not To Do On Social Media
After we show you how your business can build a successful social media presence, we’ll share some examples about what not do on these very public platforms. You may be surprised at some of the things you see.
5. Question and Answer Session
At the end of our presentation, we will turn the conversation back over to you – our audience – for a quick question and answer session. During this time, feel free to ask us anything that you and your small business have been yearning to know about social media. We will answer accordingly.
Register for the Event
If you are interested in attending our lunch and learn seminar on social media for small businesses, please register here. We’re excited to spend time with you and answer your questions. Thank you!