Rockin’ Social Media
PLEASE EMAIL US IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN A SOCIAL MEDIA CLASS> CURRENTLY WE DO NOT HAVE ONE PLANNED FOR APRIL! If we get interest we will schedule one!
Does your social media program need a little boost?
Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Linked in, Flickr, YouTube…how do you keep track of it all? Do you know how to schedule Twitter and Facebook posts? Are you wondering if you should even have a Twitter for your business? What is Pinterest and does it matter? Is your business Four Square or Yelp -worthy? Want to know how to put your whole social media “package” together? There’s so much to it all it’s hard to even know where to start.
Fear not friends…Shanti has been studying and playing with tools for the last two years and is ready to share all kinds of tricks and tips she has found that work well when juggling your social media strategy.
In one hour we will go over a number of top social media channels, how they differ, who should be using them, how to customize and give your social media a unique look and grab attention and the best thing…how to Twitter/Facebook/Linked in while you are on a week-long vacation in fill in the blank far far away from your computer.
Social media doesn’t have to take over your life. It can be simple if you make it simple.
Shanti Sosienski has been involved with the internet world since the early 90s, but didn’t become a full on tech-nerd-webtress until around 2007 when she got over her fear of code (thank you WordPress). Since then she has built over 100 websites with the help of some very talented friends-project partners and these days mostly works on her own.
Her philosophy is that small businesses should be in control of their own website and have the ability to make changes on their schedule, not on a programmers schedule. Working with Shanti means you will be a part of the building process and will know how to work on your website after it’s live.
Her philosophy is to keeps rates low by keeping sites simple, clean, functional and evolution friendly because Shanti knows better than anyone that small businesses constantly have to play the “re-invent” game to keep up with the world.
Check out her website > SOS Communications