Want to grow your business using social media?
Join Jennifer Paukman, Social Media and Content Strategist @RampAgencyTO and Director of Social Media and Content Strategy @DestinyEvents as she walks you through a step-by-step guide to getting more followers and producing engaging content that moves audiences to action. Whether you’re an entrepreneur who’s growing their business, an artist who wants to build their personal brand, or a community manager with a thirst for learning, this class has something for every skill level.
What you’ll learn:
• How to create or improve your social media strategy
• How to write posts and create content that gets noticed
• How to save time and create posts on a busy schedule
• The best content to post per channel
• How to beat the algorithms and maximize your reach
• How to optimize and measure results
• How to build an engaged community of followers
• Uncover who your audience really is
• How to get value from working with influencers
• How to use hashtags effectively
After nearly 10 years of managing accounts for large-scale entertainment events and nonprofits, as well as entrepreneurs and artists Jennifer has picked up some tips and tricks to help you save time and money while you build or enhance your brand online.
Here’s what some past participants had to say:
"Jennifer was thorough and engaging throughout. It was nice to have examples of what she thought would be helpful for our organization. The audience profiling information and the influencer section were particularly interesting."
"As someone who has a pretty good understanding of social media, there were a lot of things I will take away from this workshop."
"I was so impressed with how much Jennifer knew, especially relating to her research in viral content. This is not some dime a dozen, entry-level 'expert' in social media. Jennifer is the real deal, engaging and relevant with a solid academic background. Thank you so much!"
"I've been to a lot of workshops where the content flew over the majority of the group's head and rather than slowing down to make sure everyone was getting some kind of value from the workshop facilitator left the majority of the group behind. I don't think anyone who attended Jennifer's workshop can say they didn't walk away with something."