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Virginia SBDC

Create Virginia: Social Media Planning for Artists

Jun
10
2021
Thu 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Online
Topic: Marketing and Sales

Social media has never been more essential to the success of creatives, but is it taking up too much of your time and attention? Or maybe you struggle with the reverse and go weeks without posting.

Learn how to create more effective, more consistent posts that achieve your goals and spend less time doing it.

Create Virginia will present Social Media Planning for Artists, a virtual series, on June 8 & 10, 9-10 am.

Whether you are a full-time professional artist, or you moonlight doing your passion, you’ll get actionable, practical advice from Double Tap Media Founder and Managing Director Tim Gosnell.

In this workshop, Tim will teach you his system for consistently developing content in a way that takes up substantially less time. This repeatable process will help you and your team create compelling posts that will engage your customers.

Session Details:

Part 1: Tuesday, June 8, 9-10 am An introduction to Facebook organic reach, and discovering your post categories.

Part 2: Thursday, June 10, 9-10 am Utilizing holidays and generating your content calendar.

One on Ones: June 15 & 17, 9-12 pm The workshop presenter, Tim Gosnell, will be available for 30-minute blocks to meet one on one with those who are interested to review and discuss the social media calendars they created in the workshop or give feedback on existing social media or websites. Information on how to schedule a block will be presented in the workshop itself and is only available to those who complete parts 1&2.

Create Virginia is a production of the SBDC - Lynchburg Region, the Academy Center of the Arts, and Opportunity Lynchburg. www.CreateVirginia.com

Speaker(s): Tim Gosnell

Co-Sponsor(s): SBDC - Lynchburg Region, The Academy Center of the Arts, Lynchburg Office of Economic Development and Tourism


Fee: No Cost



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