Intro to Social Media for Accounting Professionals and Small Business Owners — Free Webinar by Michelle Long

Intro to Social Media for Accounting Professionals and Small Business Owners — Free Webinar by Michelle Long

In this webinar, Michelle Long presents an Introduction to Social Media.  If you want to learn the basics to get started with social media for your business, then you need to watch this free webinar.  Michelle covers the basics of getting started with Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter and demonstrates important things about each.  Also learn about tools and tips for managing social media efficiently and effectively including using HootSuite to help  monitor and schedule posts and more. 

Social Media is here to stay and it is time for you to get involved.  This free webinar is for accounting professionals and other small business owners who want to get started or learn more about utilizing social media for your business.

First, Watch this video (4 minutes) on Socialnomics by Erik Qualman to see the importance of social media.

In the FREE, one hour webinar you will learn about:

  1. The statistics of social media
  2. Five tips to use LinkedIn effectively
  3. Five tips to use Facebook Effectively
  4. Twitter tips
  5. Six tips for managing social media
  6. Basic comments about blogging
  7. Brief mention of YouTube

Download the PowerPoint handouts here:  Intro to Social Media – learning about Linkedin, Facebook & Twitter

Watch the free webinar here:   Intro to Social Media with Michelle LongNOTE:  For some reason during the webinar I said Tweets were 160 characters but they are only 140 characters.  Sorry for the confusion.

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4 thoughts on “Intro to Social Media for Accounting Professionals and Small Business Owners — Free Webinar by Michelle Long

  1. Trudy Maxwell

    Just got done watching the recording of the “Intro to Social Media”, Great job! I already have all the accounts mentioned, but wasn’t sure how they could be used and was overwhelmed about trying to keep up with them…you made it look easy…Thanks for the info, going to start using them now.

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