Social Media 101: Set Up and Maintain a Professional Blog to Get Known by Customers and Prospects
In this 1h webinar, you will see how powerful is Blogging and how to build and maintain a professional blog to serve your business growth in time.
This session will show you that Blogging is the most efficient, cost worthy, useful and (yet) easy way of doing marketing.
You will discover some great options, some you may not know (and should consider), to start a Blog
You will understand how to maintain a professional blog (for your personal brand o an agency) that will make your activity visible for your customers and will help you attracting and convince more prospects.
In a nutshell you'll learn to become a Blogger
Apr 13 4:00pm GMT - Social Media 102: Understand & Get the most of Twitter to meet prospects and create opportunities
Apr 20 4:00pm GMT - Social Media 103: Get more productive online Synchronizing your social media activities
Apr 27 4:00pm GMT - Social Media 104: Find professional Growth on Facebook (and other social networks you may not know)
Register for the 4 webinars in the series (Social Media 101, Social Media 102, Social Media 103, Social Media 104) and get one for FREE!
|Bio: Since he founded Soyculto in Buenos Aires in 2006, Sebastien Yanni is helping Latin American Corporate firms, SMB and individuals to develop, implement and operate sustainable growth strategies for long-term success.|
Using Digital Marketing (SEO, Social Media Marketing), Business common sense & entrepreneurship methods, Sebastien proposes customized solutions oriented on optimized ROI to cope with Companies ambitions and situations.
As an enthusiast entrepreneur, Sebastien has created various companies. He now assists startup teams & coaches project owners into their path to success.
In all his ventures, Sebastien promotes efficiency, consistency, transparency and organization to customers/teams as he believes these are keys to find a long lasting growth in all business contexts.
Trilingual, Sebastien speaks and uses daily French, English and Spanish.