How to sell B2B on Facebook

10th March 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Facebook is B2C, but there are lots of opportunities to do business with other businesses using Facebook.

But how do you use it for your business?

In this course you will get a comprehensive understanding of how you can use Facebook to build awareness, credibility and revenue for your business.

Facebook is packed with features and can feel overwhelming at first, however, done well your Facebook presence can be used to grow your business and reach customers you didn’t know existed.

Topics covered:

● Producing content for Facebook

● How to increase your reach

● Growing your ‘business friends’

● Conversation starters

This course will teach you how to market and sell through Facebook organically.

 

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10th March 2022
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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OxLEP Business

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