Facebook for Business 101
Wednesday, June 5, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM (CDT)
Crystal Lake, IL
Join me at the Crystal Lake Chamber Office to go over using Facebook to grow your business.
The first hour we will focus on your company page, and go over questions about your personal page.
The second hour will be setting up an editorial calendar for your business and some basic info about advertising on Facebook.
Normally, workshops like this are priced for about $200, and the free workshops around just give you enough info to be confused.
We will try our best to help you get started on the right road to success in using social media to grow your business.
Workshops are limited to 20 participants ONLY.
We are choosing to limit the workshop number to provide you with an interactive learning environment where you will be able to openly ask questions about how the concepts we are teaching applies to your situation. We want to make sure you get the assistance, support and help you need. Having smaller class sizes and an open environment helps make that possible.
Not comfortable registering online? No problem. Call Vanessa at 815-451-5230 to register.
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Here's what past participants of workshops with Vanessa have said:
Placement Coordinator at Working World Inc. Staffing Services.
President, In Sync Systems, Inc.
Communications Analyst at Illinois House Republicans
Workshop is Limited to only 20 participants, so sign up early. Please be on time
Please bring the following:
1) A laptop (to learn hands-on, if not, you will miss out)
2) On your laptop an electronic file of your logo or a profile image. Some images of your business.
3) Business Cards
Keep advised- we have upcoming workshops, including:
Twitter 101 for Business, June 14th from 5pm to 7pm.
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Vanessa Baker, Fast Forward Marketing CL
A local resource for online marketing and social media. A resident of Crystal Lake, Vanessa is committed to the local health of the business community, and wants small businesses to succeed.