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Facebook for Business

The Facebook for Business training course is available at the Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Inverness Pitman Training Centres or via Online Distance Learning through our Pitman Campus.

Facebook for Business is a whistlestop tour of using Facebook to promote your company. Looking at how individuals use it and how businesses can capitalise on this, this short online course covers all bases. From setting up your timeline, to attracting fans to your page, to sponsoring stories, to measuring engagement, we look at the whole spectrum of opportunities that this social media platform offers.

Course Duration: 12 Hours

CPD Points: 12

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Facebook for Business looks at how to use Facebook as a promotional tool. A very practical course it helps you explore this platform and the opportunities that come with really understanding how it works. With Facebook for Business you will see:

  • How it builds your influence
  • How it improves customer relations
  • How it keeps you connected

You will learn:

  • How to use its features effectively
  • How to optimise your profile
  • How to attract new audiences
  • How to market yourself creatively

Covering details such as setting up your timeline, promoting a company page, promoting events, attracting fans, running competitions, planning your posts and using Insights, this course shares best practice across the board.

Many employers now expect a good understanding of Facebook from a corporate perspective and this practical course unravels it all for you. We also think you will have a lot of fun!

There are 8 modules within this course: –

Module 1: What is Social Media? Why use Social Media? What worries you? What excites you? Taking a strategic approach,

Module 2: Will look at reviewing current marketing activity

Module 3: Reasons and aims for Social Media marketing, the impact of the type and size of the business on the methods chosen, typical audience groups, identifying the Social Media audience of a business.

Module 4: The range of Social Media tools, Blogs, email newsletters, niche tools, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Videos, Podcasts, Forums, Social Bookmarking, mobile and other content.

Module 5: You’ll look at content, creating a content plan and reusing content.

Module 6: Looks at Resources, Social Media policy, risk and crisis management.

Module 7: Reviews how to measure your social media success

Module 8: Looks at creating a strategy and best practice.

This course is ideal for anyone looking at how to use social media to promote their business or personal profile. Particularly suitable for PAs, EAs, Office Managers, Marketing Assistants, Business Development Managers, entrepreneurs as well as those involved in PR, event management and promotion.

The purpose of this course is to fill any knowledge gaps on what Facebook can do for you as a business. It is an opportunity to bring everything you already know to the table, then expand on this and look at the hugely popular social media platform with a slightly different head on. Seeing yourself as a customer as well as a business is very powerful and understanding how both parties use Facebook brings a lot of insight. Whether looking to promote yourself or your business, we are sure you will learn something new.

There are no prerequisites for this course.

ITA (Individual Training Account) funding may be available for this course subject to eligibility. Please contact us for more information.

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