17th Feb 2016
THE SOCIAL SOLUTION
Using social media to boost your business
It’s one thing to while away a few hours liking posts on Facebook and scrolling through Twitter, but what if you want to use your social time more productively?
How can Instagram actually grow your business? What Facebook tactics can efficiently help you reach your?best?customers? Pinterest might be beautiful, but can it really drive revenue? Is it possible to get attention on the high speed Twitter feed?
Join IMAGE editor-in-chief Melanie Morris for a super-productive evening with Felicity McCarthy, founder of Spark Digital, where we’ll discuss:
- Easy-to-apply ideas that work across all platforms
- The importance of good imagery and how to create it as an amateur
- Demystifying blogging for business
- Update on the new blogger codes, and how to work to them
- Spending money on social – how to invest smartly for maximum return
WHERE ?The Gibson Hotel, Point Village, Dublin 1
WHEN Wednesday,?March 2
Drinks and canap’s from?6.30pm
PLUS Seat gifts from Nuxe, Paperblanks, Vita Coco, Green & Black’s and The Good Snack Company and prizes on the night from Yogandha.
Founder, Spark Digital
Felicity McCarthy has worked on the cutting edge of the technology sector for 20 years, leading European marketing teams in companies such as Facebook, eBay & Dell. Felicity now runs her own business – Spark Digital, where she educates, trains and advises businesses about digital, marketing & social media activities. Felicity has spoken at??3XE Digital, the Web Summit, Irish Internet Association Deep Dives and Dublin Digital Summit 2014. She was part of the judging panel of the of IIA Net Visionary Awards and is a founding member of the IIA Toolshed.
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