CWENH - Facebook for Business - September 17
In this workshop, we’ll cover optimizing your page information, what to post, when to post and more.
About this Event
IMPORTANT! All programs will be provided virtually in response to the Covid-19 crisis until further notice. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we work to provide support to New Hampshire's small business community.
Facebook for Business
Facebook is the giant in social media, with more than 1 billion active members. Creating a Facebook page for your business has become essential, but it can be overwhelming to keep your followers engaged. In this workshop, we’ll cover optimizing your page information, what to post, when to post and more.
This is a 2-hour presentation with time for questions and answers. Bring the devices you’ll be using to post to your social account, plus a notebook and we’ll dig into your social media account in real-time.
About the Instructor:
Stacey Nachajski is a Social Media Mentor, Strategist and Speaker. She helps entrepreneurs leverage the opportunities of social media to increase visibility, sales and impact. Follow her on Facebook and Instagram @embracesocialu and her website www.embracesocialu.com.
When: Thursday, September 17, 2020 | 11:00am - 12:30pm
Where: ALL PROGRAMS WILL BE OFFERED VIRTUALLY! Everyone registered for the course will be sent a link to join the course 24 hours prior to the workshop.
Cost: Free, thanks to a generous grant from Santander Bank. Registration is required.
Registration: Please click here to register for this course.
*Sessions with low enrollment may be cancelled. CWE will notify you of class cancellations and changes.
If you can no longer attend a no-cost session for which you registered, please notify us at least 24 hours in advance. These classes are offered at no cost as a benefit to you and the wider community, but there are per-registration costs to CWE associated with them. We reserve the right to request a $25 contribution to defray our costs for no shows so that we may continue to offer free classes in the future.