The Knoxville Chamber of Commerce & Iowa State University Extension and Outreach of Marion County are partnering to host “Social Media Marketing 101.” This is a three-part, hands-on coaching for small companies, nonprofits and authorities businesses to deal with the significance of social media in reaching and fascinating a target market. Dan Neiland with ISU Extension says this program will deal with methods to develop small companies via social media.
“We’ll speak about methods in which you’ll be able to join with prospects. We’re all busy, we’re all operating round like chickens with our head reduce off. But if there’s small methods you may get into individuals’s busy lives, in the event that they see you on Facebook or are capable of tie into your small enterprise. People like that, particularly in small cities. They need to have extra of a connection, which might be why they store the place they do anyway.”
Participants will:Learn some suggestions of the commerce relating to utilizing Facebook.Create and/or optimize a Facebook Business web page in addition to discover ways to promote pages, posts, and occasions.Learn easy methods to analyze the effectiveness of a promotion.
The classes will likely be held October nineteenth, October twenty ninth and November 2nd from 8:00 to 9:00 a.m. on the Extension Office in Knoxville. The classes are free, however registration is required.