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You know your hashtags from your at-mentions and your DMs; you know what you use a double-tap for and what an Instagram story is; your Facebook friends love your posts and you've even received a job offer or two through LinkedIn. You would, however, like to find out more about using social media to drive your business.

Sound like you?

Then join us next month for a one-day training session themed, “Optimising social media for your business”.

This workshop is ideal for people who want to learn how to use digital and social media to enhance their brand and promote their business. It will give delegates insights into the latest digital and social media trends and cover the following topics:

  • Principles for best social media practice
  • Factors to consider when compiling a digital marketing strategy
  • Elements of a strong social media campaign
  • Making the most of digital advertising on different platforms
  • Making the most of your website and driving website traffic
  • Creating content plans and scheduling compelling content

Training details:

Date: Wednesday 14 November 2018

Time: 9am to 3.45pm/4pm 

Cost: R1 800pp (includes a light lunch). A 50% non-refundable deposit is required to secure your spot, with the balance to be paid the day before the training, as seats are limited.

Why Flow?

We’re an integrated communications company that has been providing media training to a wide variety of clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors since 2005.

Our training offering has since grown to include digital advertising, social media, Google Ads, search engine optimisation (SEO), and communications and branding workshops. All our trainers have extensive experience in digital and social media and work in this field on a daily basis.

For bookings, or more information about this workshop or other training Flow offers, please contact Carina van Wyk at carina@flowsa.com or on 011 440 4841, or Maria Foundanellas at maria@flowsa.com or on 011 440 4841. 

Flow CEO Tara Turkington explains the intricacies of digital marketing at the Gauteng Tourism Authority’s Digital Symposium 2017. (Image: Gauteng Tourism Authority)

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