The Basics of Social Media

This brand new course is designed specifically for those with little or no social media presence. Tweet Like Follow Friend has taken numerous businesses from having no digital presence to reaching out to thousands through our effective approach to social media marketing; no one should be tied to their computer! We know what works for businesses when it comes to Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, Google+, Instagram and Pinterest and in this course we will share our top tips with you.

When approaching digital for the first time, it is best to start on paper and plan out exactly what you want from your online presence. Our training guides are specifically designed to methodically guide you through every stage of this process thus ensuring that the end product is perfect. Once we have worked as a team to develop an all rounded digital identity for each delegate, your dedicated trainer will move onto sharing our top tips for those starting out and will set our your personal action plan. Our training guides are perfect for aiding those who don’t have a great deal of experience in this area ensure that they can tap into everything on offer whilst your experienced trainer will bring it all to life!

We will next be offering this course in Guildford town centre (Trinity Centre, Holy Trinity Church, Guildford High Street) on 7 September from 9:30-1:30. You can book your place for just £75 here!


Where do you focus?

What's the time focus for social?

Social Marketing is split into two areas: creating and engaging. Both are important but both can potentially take up a huge amount of time. So where should you focus your energy?

Fundamentally, the content is crucial and so to an extent I would disagree with the plan given in the image. At the end of the day if customers and potential customers should be impressed with what you’re actually doing rather than disappointed about a lot of hype.

Having said that, social media with no engagement either fails completely because no one knows about it or struggles to reach the right people, both are equally frustrating. So it is really important to engage people directly with the focus of the social media in a very clear and direct way.

The best possible route is to combine the two: essentially to make something that people want and thus automatically engage with. These days marketing is not about making people want something but about making something people want. Social media has incredible potential to really push that to a new level and examples such as Heinz Soup campaigns prove this.

If you want to create a social media product that your potential customers will want to engage with get in touch with us at Tweet Like Follow Friend!

3 Basic Must-Do Internet Marketing Tips

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The internet is a vast, vast marketplace where you have all kinds of people – meaning you have all kinds of buyers, sellers, marketers, specialists, etc. Your business has unlimited potential to grow when it targets the internet as it’s market.

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