14th Jan 2019
Social media is now essential. Some might call it THE most essential element in our communications toolbox. But like everything in our ever-changing world, its function and our engagement with it continues to evolve. Sometimes it feels like we are constantly sprinting alongside its advances and that we may never catch up, but thankfully, we have one of the industry’s leading experts on hand to provide us with the expertise we need to help us going forward in this digital landscape.
IMAGE presents a very special masterclass with Maryrose Lyons of Brightspark Consulting to preview and highlight some important evolutions in social media for 2019. Join us on Thursday, January 31 at The Westbury Hotel and learn about:
*The new social media landscape and how to stay ahead of the curve
*The rise of dark social
*The evolution of Instagram
*Message bots and how to make them work for you
*Maximum results in minimum time
You’ll leave with plenty of tips and tools to incorporate into your plans for the year ahead, as well as lots of insider insights. And not only this, but the masterclass qualifies as two hours of structured, non-core CPD hours. CPD stands for Continuing Professional Development and describes the learning activities professionals engage in to develop and enhance their abilities. It combines training workshops, conferences and events, e-learning programs, best practice techniques and ideas sharing and allows individuals to ‘upskill’ or ‘re-skill’.
Date: January 31
Place: The Westbury Hotel
Time: Champagne reception from 6.30pm
Tickets: €45, available here
*Includes luxury gift bag
About our mentor
Maryrose Lyons is a veteran digital marketer, social media specialist and driver of leads for businesses who want to grow. Listed in the top 1% of Social Media Marketers on LinkedIn, and Top 50 Most Influential Marketers in Ireland.
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