Already have a Facebook Business page? Feel there is more to know than just creating a page and hoping it takes off? Facebook is your opportunity to brand yourself and broadcast out to your prospective and existing buyers.

In this workshop you will learn how to:

  • Where to find the functions that create the ripple effect
  • What to post and when
  • A review of where the current Facebook advertising options
  • How to measure and monitor your success online
  • How to create an engaging strategy that will keep “likers” coming back to your page
  • Facebook SEO (just as Google has SEO, so does Facebook)
  • Tips to avoid, mistakes I’ve made myself

Pre-requisite: 

  • Must already have a Facebook Business page you have managed with 30+ likes
  • Essential you bring along your laptop and mouse (tablets and mobile phones are not acceptable, the features/functions are not consistent for group training)
  • Load to your computer your logo and 12+ photos that depict your business, products, services, people, topics

 

Innovative Learning
Book quickly as numbers are strictly limited!

Online Business Diagnostic
30 minutes online diagnostic with immediate confidential report.
Small Group Learning
Learn immediately actionable business management know-how.
One to One Business Coaching
Confidential one hour one-to-one coaching.

 

Program Details

Date:

Friday, 23 June 2017

Time:

1:00 pm to 3:30 pm

Cost:

$40 (incl GST)
Includes all three modules

Location:

Business Foundations Rockingham
15/33 Crompton Road
Rockingham
WA 6168

What to bring:

Laptop and mouse

 

Convenient Ways to Book

Online Booking
Click here to book & pay online.
Call Us
Call Business Foundations staff at
9336 8000

 

Expert Guidance From

Sherryn McBride

Sherryn McBride partners with entrepreneurial businesses looking to get more noticed, remembered and referred to through their marketing and customer service activities. A freelance marketing consultant, copywriter and industry trainer, Sherryn’s knowledge is drawn from 28 years experience managing state branches for national/multinational corporations and consultancies, in areas from market research, mining equipment and electrical consumer goods, to philanthropic marketing, arts administration and community partnership brokering.

Named one of 20 entrepreneurial women in the AIM’s Management Today Magazine, she was featured in the West Australian Business News, is a published “Success Story” on the SBDC’s website, and was included in the West Australian Newspaper’s SME Pathways Magazine.