What can Beyonce, Kim Kardashian and Nick Saban teach you about social media strategy? Find out at a free Lunch & Learn May 18, 2017 at Innovation Depot in Birmingham, AL.
May usually signals a time to prepare for sun and fun. But just like the hardest working people in entertainment and sports, brands and companies who win at social media never seem to take a vacation. Before you hang you “Out of Office” sign, make sure you have a solid social media strategy in place. Join us for our May Lunch & Learn, Social Media Strategy: Don’t Work Harder, Work Smarter, to find effective ways to refine your current approach to Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Here’s what we’ll discuss:
How to make “Lemonade”
Figuring out what to post or tweet doesn’t have to be a chore. We’ll talk about ways to find organic inspiration to put your brand or business’ tweets in formation.
How to Own It
The Kardashians call it contouring and highlighting. We’ll show you tips and tricks to show off your brand or company’s best side, and own your corner of the internet.
How to commit to the Process
Coach Saban calls it “The Process.” We call it a strategy. We’ll show you how to craft a winning formula that works for your business or brand’s needs on LinkedIn and Facebook.
FREE LUNCH FROM TAZIKI’S & BIRMINGHAM NETWORK OPPORTUNITIES GALORE
The free lunch we cater from Taziki’s is a big part of what makes Lunch & Learns a success — because it’s easier to justify spending your lunch break on professional enrichment if you know you’ll be able to actually enjoy a meal while you learn. And if you’re looking for a place to network in Birmingham, you’ve found it — most of our Lunch & Learn students work at up-and-coming businesses in the Birmingham area, and there’s plenty of time to mingle and chat before and after class.
Seats and lunch are limited, so click here to sign in and claim your free Infomedia Lunch & Learn ticket. (And if you can’t make it this month, check out our 2017 Lunch & Learn schedule.) Because if anyone tells you “there’s no such thing as a free lunch,” you’ll know they haven’t met us here at Infomedia.