business.connected: Create a social media schedule

26th May 2021 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am
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In this free, 60 minute business.connected workshop, programme adviser and director of Avviso Media Ltd Lucy Hall, will run through top tips and ideas for creating a successful social media schedule for your business.

Join this interactive session for advice on which social media platforms you should be posting on, how often you should be posting, how you can manage your schedule easily and effectively, plus much more!

During the workshop, you’ll also have the chance to ask any burning questions on creating a social media schedule that works for you and your business.

How to join the workshop
Once you have registered to attend the workshop, you will be sent an email confirmation containing a link to join the workshop via Zoom. Please use this link around the time of the event to join.



26th May 2021
10:00 am - 11:00 am
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