Social Media Training for Business in Limerick

I got a note from Mark Cahill about some Social Media Training for Business he's running in Limerick in April –

   1. Blogging for Business
   2. Twitter for Business
   3. Facebook for Business

To book:

Email: MarkCahill@ConsultMark.ie
Mobile: (087) 9497083

Course details:

Twitter for Business

Course outline:

    * Introduction to Twitter.
    * How to set-up a Twitter account.
    * Twitter layout and functionality.
    * Find the right people to follow.
    * Twitter etiquette.
    * Twitter tools to enable you to work efficiently and effectively.

 

When – 7th of April 2010 – 9:00am to 12:00

Where – Clarion hotel Limerick

Cost – €150

Class size limited to 14 places for quality purposes.

 

Facebook for Business

Course outline:

    * Introduction to Facebook.
    * Statistics on Facebook usage.
    * What businesses are using Facebook?
    * Anatomy of Facebook.
    * Facebook fan page.
    * Facebook Ads.
    * Facebook applications.
    * Facebook connect.
    * Facebook insights.
    * Building and retaining a community around your business.

 

When – 7th of April 2010 – 13:00 to 17:00

Where – Clarion hotel Limerick

Cost – €150

Class size limited to 14 places for quality purposes.
 
 
Blogging for Business

Course outline:

    * Introduction to Blogging.
    * Uses and benefits of a business blog.
    * Some examples of successful business blogs.
    * Blog Search engines.
    * RSS
    * Reading and commenting on blogs.
    * Setting up WordPress.
    * Preparing your content and scheduling it in.
    * Optimising content for search engines.
    * How to promoting you blog
    * How build a community around your blog.
    * Blog metrics

 

When – 29th of April 2010 – 9:00am to 16:30

Where – Clarion hotel Limerick

Cost – €400 – Lunch included

Class size limited to 14 places for quality purposes.

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One Response to “Social Media Training for Business in Limerick”

  1. Derek Says:

    “How to promoting you blog” and “How build a community…”, hoping these are copy/paste errors?
    Otherwise it doesn’t inspire much confidence (especially in a course that purports to be about writing content)
    – D

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