Thursday, October 21, 2010

Facebook for Business - November 16, 2010

With 500 million people using Facebook, if it were the population of a country, it would be the biggest in the world. According to CBC, 900,000 Canadians signed up for the first time to Facebook in May of this year.

Even more important, taking it close to home, Facebook statistics for Prince Edward Island and Canada, based on July 1st 2010 population counts: Approximately 42% of PEI's population and 45% of Canada's population are using Facebook.

Without any doubt, it has become an integral part of our culture, communication and communities. And with statistics like these, how can you NOT have a presence?

While these statistics may be great, the question YOU have is: "How do I use this for my business?" This is where Nancy Beth and Maureen step in.

In our Facebook for Business workshop you will learn:

  - how Facebook generates revenue
  - how to create a targeted advertising campaign
  - examples of local and global companies using Facebook
  - how to set-up a fan page
  - how to set-up a group page
  - what the difference is between the two
  - how to communicate with potential clients
  - how to drive traffic to your website

This workshop is designed to get you up and running on Facebook using a viable social media marketing strategy. You may have attempted to use Facebook for your business already and have been disappointed with the results. Come and join in on our Facebook for Business workshop and learn how to use this massive social networking platform strategically for your business.

Register today for Facebook for Business with Social Media Marketers, Nancy Beth Guptill and Maureen Kerr, a workshop extension from the popular "Cool Tools: Social Media for Marketing" workshop which is on Tuesday, November 16th at 9am. 

"Facebook for Business" begins at 1:30pm - 3:30pm on the same day. Attend both for $125 or just "Facebook for Business" for $75.


Century 21 Colonial Realty in Charlottetown, Prince Edward IslandWe will be meeting in Century 21's Boardroom

1 comment:

Sweet Spot Marketing said...

Our class is half full and all I did was list an event on facebook, publish a note on facebook. Met with clients and told them about the course, and sent out an email. WOW! Nancy Beth Guptill, founder of Sweet Spot Marketing