If you’re struggling with creating conversions on Twitter and have no clue what a social strategy would look like for your brand, you’re in luck: Mediabistro’s Social Media Marketing Boot Camp will be starting on February 16th, and offers high-profile lessons and guest speaker sessions from world-renowned experts in their fields. Plus, if you sign up by the January 18th Early Bird deadline, you’ll save yourself a cool $100 on the course.
Whether you’re a small business owner, a social media manager for your company, or just someone interested in getting a leg up in the social arena, you’ll come away from Social Media Marketing Boot Camp a social pro.
During week five, for instance, you’ll hear from yours truly about how to use Twitter to effectively market your business. I’ll be covering topics like creating (and sticking to) your Twitter mission statement, how to create a tweet schedule, and how to listen to what your customers – and competitors – are tweeting.
Plus, immediately following my session, Reuters’ Social Media Editor Anthony DeRosa (@AntDeRosa) will be speaking about using both Twitter and Tumblr to build authority and spread news.
You’ll also hear from notable social media experts Morin Oluwole, strategic partner development at Facebook, about the branding power of Facebook pages, and Megan Berry, senior marketing manager at Klout, about the power of influence and identifying your online brand ambassadors.
This class blends the best of how-to sessions offering practical advice with keynote addresses from some of the biggest names in social, to transform you into a social guru yourself.
And if you sign up by January 18, you’ll save $100 off the course price.
If you’re a social media beginner, Social Media 101 online conference and workshop starting January 19 may be best suited for you.
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