This marketing workshop is offered by the small business program at the SF LGBT Center in partnership with RevLocal, a digital marketing agency and it's facilitated by Derek Griego, Senior Digital Marketing Consultant at RevLocal.
Social media is constantly evolving, which can make it difficult for your business to keep up. In this webinar, we will break down social media marketing for businesses with best practices that you can use to improve your digital marketing strategy.
You will learn about:
Developing your brand voice
Understanding your audience
Leveraging posting best practices
Advertising on social media
Utilizing influencer marketing
With over 7 years of online marketing experience, Derek is very knowledgeable about how to leverage the internet and social media to improve how your business shows up online to attract more customers. He will also share successful strategies to gain more consumer reviews and best practices on how to respond, even if they are not all positive. Derek enjoys being able to engage with local business owners, learn their stories, and find ways to help them thrive.
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