Location: Richmond Business School
Price: £64.00 (£0.00 concessionary fee, £64.00 non-EU)
Start Date: 12/06/2013
Weekdays/Time: Wed (19:00 to 21:00)
Number of Weeks: 5
Tutor Approval Required? No
This course focuses on the impact of social media and networking tools such as linkedin, twitter and facebook on marketing techniques. It also focuses on how small businesses may apply social media to their own marketing strategies
A good standard of English is required to participate in class. Learner should have a Facebook account or be willing to activate one to complete activities. Also, the learner must have some fundamental computing skills.
Review of how to join social media websites and techniques to become an active member Creating a social media message in order to promote and position your business Promoting your business through online conversations about websites and products Techniques to direct potential customers to your website including posting notices and responding to enquiries
There is no formal assessment. However you will be asked to undertake a range of tasks and exercises during the sessions
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Regular attendance required
The learner may progress onto other enterprise courses which supports business planning and implementation. These include bookkeeping, marketing and personal development programmes
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1. How much homework will I need to do outside of class? There is no formal homework but in-class exercises and assignments will be given. 2. When will the exams take place? There are no exams. 3. Is there any tutorial support? No, but one-to-one feedback and support will be given in class. 4. What can I do next? The learner may progress onto other enterprise courses which supports business planning and implementation. These include bookkeeping, marketing and personal development programmes
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