FREE Workshop, Refreshments served but you must register!!!!
If you are marketing on a shoestring budget or want to market on a shoestring budget, you need to be here for this presentation. Social media marketing can be confusing and hard to understand especially when you don’t have a large enough budget to hire someone for advertising. Marketing on a Shoestring Budget walks you through the basic steps you need to know to use Facebook to market your business. You will learn how to grow an audience of people hungry for your product or service, choose the right content to post and also how to market using Facebook advertising. You can expand your customer base with as little at $5/day and Mike Bitter is willing to show you how.
Did you know only 6-10% of your fan base sees your postings in Facebook? With this in mind you have to know ways to rev up your marketing to reach the other 90-94% of your Facebook fans. Facebook advertising will do that and more. Your competition is using it, places you frequent use Facebook advertising and why shouldn’t you? Mike will show you how to increase your reach by at least 100%. In some cases higher. He’ll show you the secrets he has learned over his years of social media marketing to increase your fan base, customers, donors and volunteers. This is a great way for non-profits to market too.
In this session you will learn:
How to use Facebook for your business
When is the best time to market your business
What content to use to attract more customers than you thought possible
Where to find Facebook advertising on your page and how to use it
How much to spend to get people to take action with your business and more.
Mike has been a social media marketer of over 9 years and is willing to show you his secrets, tips and tricks to help you market on a shoestring budget. If you don’t have much money, or want to spend a lot of money on advertising and want to get the greatest return on your investment, this is the seminar you don’t want to miss.
$FREE for all, $FREE event you must register