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Social Media Foundations Courses Launched by Fresh Egg!

Paul Chaloner

If you’ve not been over to our training and events page recently, you would have missed the update about our brand new social media courses: Social Media Foundations.

The training is targeted at three audience groups: beginner, intermediate and advanced, with the first session on Thursday 27 September called An Introduction to Social Media.

The course is a day-long, interactive session starting at 10am and wrapping up by 4.30pm. I’ll be running the course from our Worthing HQ and will be limiting the places to ten candidates per session.

An Introduction to Social Media will teach the basics of social media for businesses, whether big or small. It will provide an understanding of:

  • How social media works
  • The core networks for business use
  • How to choose the key relevant platforms for your business
  • What your objectives should be
  • How to create and implement a social media strategy
  • What metrics you should use to measure success
  • How to foster successful engagement with your customers

There will also be practical workshops throughout the day incorporating objective setting for social media, how to respond effectively and exploding social media myths. There will also be an opportunity for candidates to discuss some of the social media issues they may be facing in their own roles with some of the brightest brains in the industry.

As an integral part of a cohesive digital marketing strategy, this course is perfect for anyone looking to incorporate social media into their online strategy and maximise ROI potential.

The Social Media Foundations course costs £295 +VAT per person and is limited to ten candidates per course. To make a booking, please visit the Fresh Egg Eventbrite page or phone us on 0845 373 1077.

Further sessions will also run in October and November. Please visit the training and events page for more information.


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