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BizTools Workshop: Instagram for Beginners

August 27 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am

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Overview: Did you know that Instagram has the highest engagement rates for business pages of any social platform? Growing a following on this popular platform doesn’t require a big budget or fancy tools, but there are some strategic steps you can take to ensure you make quality connections that will result in a return on your investment of the time and energy you put into using this social media marketing tool. In the BizTools Instagram 101 Workshop, small business owners will get a crash course in how to optimally use this platform to connect with their ideal client or customer. Attendees of this two hour workshop will walk away with a strong understanding of what it means to curate a branded grid, how to make the most of out hashtags, use stories to connect with their target audience and analyze their metrics so they may adjust and adapt their Instagram strategy as they move forward.

After the workshop attendees will receive an opportunity to book an hourly consult with Kaycee J. McCoy of Create/Captivate Digital Marketing for half price and private access to the Create/Captivate Digital Marketing ContentLibrary where the C/C Team continually drops worksheets, infographics, how-to videos and more!

DURATION: 2 Hours (9:00 – 11:00 am)

$45 pp (BizConnect Member)
$50 pp (non-member)

Details

Date:
August 27
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am

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