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Tue, 10 Jan



Social Media Strategy for Small Organisations

Learn how to build social media strategy that delivers results.

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Social Media Strategy for Small Organisations
Social Media Strategy for Small Organisations

Time & Location

10 Jan 2023, 18:00 – 21:00


About the Event

This event is only available and is free for small businesses, small charities, sole traders and residents based in South Gloucestershire and Bath & North East Somerset.

To access 12 hours of free business support please submit the below registration form: business-support/

Do you feel overwhelmed with social media marketing?

Don't know where to start and how to get organised to achieve better engagement?

Not sure which social media channels to concentrate on or what to post about?

What will I learn?

In this 3-hour webinar, you will learn:

  • How to understand your customer and define your objectives.
  • How to create a social media content plan that will attract your target audience.
  • How to monitor your results.
  • The different social media platforms and which ones will benefit you and your business.
  • How to handle difficult reviews, comments and customers.
  • Hints, tips and tools to help you implement your strategy, including scheduling tools like Hootsuite and content design tool Canva.
  • How to create a social media strategy and content that works for you and your business.
  • What the next steps are for your business - during this webinar you will complete a survey to identify the gaps (if any) in your knowledge and experience required to implement your social media strategy.

Who should attend?

This webinar is aimed at those who have social media accounts for their business and want to learn how to improve their social media presence.

A bit about your presenter:

This webinar is run by Rachel Sweet who runs her own business and has several years worth of experience, advising individuals on marketing and how to grow their business.

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