How to effectively use Facebook for marketing without spending money on advertising.
***This workshop will be delivered over four days, an hour each day over Zoom video conferencing; Tuesday 23 March 9:30-10:30am; Wednesday 24 March 9:30-10:30am, Thursday 25 March 9:30-10:30am, Friday 26 March 9:30-10:30am. All sessions are recorded, so you can catch up if you can’t make one of the days. ***
This training session is for businesses who have a basic Facebook page but are struggling to get engagement on posts and are not achieving business leads.
The workshop will equip you with the skills required to update and manage your Facebook page to attract more business.
The workshop will cover content and strategy to increase engagement and rank higher on Facebook when people search for similar products/services.
Facebook business pages have been through some significant changes in the last two years, most notably a reduction in business page visibility if you’re posting the wrong type of content.
This workshop will show you how to embrace this, continue to generate leads and increase engagement on your posts with some very simple steps.
The main points that will be covered are:
– Defining your target audience
– Reviewing your Facebook page to appeal to your ideal client
– Settings and tools to help improve your visibility
– How to use groups to promote your Facebook page and products/services
– Current changes to Facebook and the impact on business pages
– Content planning to make your page stand out in light of the changes
Throughout the week, we’ll be adapting your pages to appeal to your target client group and showing you how to interact with potential clients, generate rapport and positive feedback.
By the end of the session you will have an updated Facebook page that will appeal to your ideal client and a clear understanding of how to create engagement with your potential customers.
This is a small workshop designed to help you grow your business through Facebook (maximum 10).
£99 per person, please book early to avoid disappointment.