19 Jan 2012

Social Media Workshop

Business Gateway, The Outdoor Capital of the UK and Fort William Chamber of Commerce are proud to invite Rene Looper to share his social media expertise with Lochaber’s local businesses.

Date: 25th January
Venue: Ben View Hotel, Strontian
Time: 2.30 - 5.30pm
Price: £15, includes refreshments.
Title: Using Social Media to improve Sales

Focussing on social media services, Twitter and Linkedin, this practical workshop will cover the following:

What is Social Media?

· Changes in the use of the internet

· How businesses and organisations can use social media

Twitter

· Why Twitter?

· How to find and engage with potential customers

· What to write and Twitter lingo (hashtags, RT, DM, url shorteners)

· How to minimise time spend on Twitter

LinkedIn

· Why LinkedIn?

· Improve your profile on LinkedIn

· How to find and connect with potential customers

· LinkedIn groups

· LinkedIn Q an A

How to minimise time spend on social media

· Social media strategy

· Measure impact and ROI of social media

Rene Looper is a renowned speaker on social media. Originally from Holland, Rene moved to Scotland in 1999 to start a hotel business which he sold in 2006. Following this he formed Tuminds (www.tuminds.com) which became one of the first businesses in Scotland set up specifically to promote the use of social media in business.

Rene has a great understanding, knowledge and passion for social media and this is reflected in his non-technical, practical and entertaining presentation style.

We expect the afternoon to be very popular, so should you wish to attend this workshop please book your place by phoning Jessie Gourlay on 01397 874402 or email jessie@lbds.co.uk.

1 comment:

  1. Very good luck to him, but can we please also keep on campaigning for proper broadband for many areas within the community?
    Similarly, social media is very little use without mobile phone reception, which a lot of us don't have.
    Any chance of using events like this not only to help local businesses but also to campaign for improved infrastructure?

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