Social Media — Learn How to Use for Your Business

NEC_Chamber_logoI’m partnering with the Northeast Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce to provide special, low-cost training that will help you put social media to work for your business:

Get Connected — Linkedin, Tuesday Sept. 22

Twitter for Business, Tuesday, Sept. 29

Make Friends, Make Sure They Know Your Business, Tuesday, Oct. 6

Time: noon-1:30 p.m.

Location: Holiday Inn Express, 5100 Natorp Blvd., Mason

Cost: $30 per class, $80 for all 3 classes

Lunch included

Register online today or call Tracey Nickell at the chamber at 513-336-0125.

Social media web sites are not just for kids. Linkedin, Twitter, Facebook, YouTube and Flicker are powerful tools that will connect you with potential customers, keep you in contact with your current customers and drive new sales.

You can expand your network, grow your market and create new business opportunities.

We will show you how.

Your Learning Opportunities

1. Get Connected — Linkedin.com is the top business networking site online. Use Linkedin for making new contacts and staying in touch with current customers. Find new business opportunities and share information or get fast answers to the questions you need resolved to reach your goals.

You will learn how to:

• Build your online profile so that your customers, other businesses and the search engines find you.

• Find opportunities — potential employees, partners, sales.

• Keep up with what customers are talking about and help answer their questions.

• Be seen as the expert who’s available when they need information.

2. Twitter for Business — Twitter is all over the TV news and news magazines. It’s the fast-growing communications tool that you can put to work to stay in touch with customers, potential business partners and to listen to what people are saying about your business, products and services — or your competitors’.

You will learn how to:

• Find and follow conversations with people who share your interests, hobbies, community activities and business services and products.

• What to say and how to say it to attract followers and build your network.

• Communicate directly with your customers and drive sales with unique advertising that’s distributed online to people who are interested in you and your business.

3. Make Friends, Make Sure They Know Your Business — You want to be friends with your customers on Facebook. You want to share videos about your products and services on YouTube and photos about them on Flickr. You definitely want customers sharing their videos, photos and information about their experiences with your business on these web sites. Why? It’s networking at digital speed. We’ll get you up to speed.

You will learn how to:

• Use Facebook to network with customers and potential customers.

• Communicate about your events, products and services with your customers and enable them to tell their friends about your business with comments online and sharing their photos and video.

• Turn customers into fans of your business. Invite and encourage your customers to recommend you and refer their family and friends to you.

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