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Social Media Campaign Activities and Schedule

 500.00

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Social Media Campaign Activities and Schedule

 500.00

What you’ll get inside:

  • A detailed written overview of the course.
  • Polished recorded video with transitions and captions.
  • Question and Answer from webinar participants.
  • Community Discussions.
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Description

Have you finished preparing your social media content plan? Do you know what do next? Just post it directly in your social media channels? Nope, not really! You first have to consider what and when to post. A social media campaign differs from the usual social media posts because it has focus, targeting, and measurability.

Marketers need to create a schedule to determine what content needs to be published at a certain date and time. You must be consistent and should be able to post the right content on specific days such as weekends or holidays. Not having a calendar of activities can lead to confusion, frustration, and a lot of mistakes.

In this webinar video, TekWorx Founder, Bert Azura Padilla, will teach you how to calendar your content. He will discuss the various tools available to easily execute your social media campaign. Bert will show freelancers and business owners how to take their target buyers along the different stages of their journey.

He will also teach MSMEs how to balance their content. If you constantly talk about yourself, your followers will tune out. Newbies, Freelancers, and business owners are invited to avail of this FREE webinar video. Learn how to publish contents that will build audience interest in your social media campaign.

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