Webinar: Managing Your Social Media Expectations

You’ve probably been told or felt some pressure as a freelancer to create and maintain a social media presence to help you find work and promote the work you have. Are you getting the most out of your time spent on these platforms?

In this hour-long session, we’ll look at the different social networks and which ones may be important for you to participate in, we’ll talk about some best practices for those platforms, and then have an extensive Q&A to help answer all your social media questions!

Our Presenter:

Rebecca Coleman teaches Social Media Marketing at the British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT), and is a Social MediaStrategist. She is also a blogger and the published author of two cookbooks, and regularly contributes to the GoDaddy Marketing Blog.

Online: Thursday, January 6th

6pm to 7pm Eastern Time

$5 for members

$15 for non-members

This session is structured with lots of room for questions, and your chances of getting them answered are increased if you send them to CFG Organizer Don Genova  in advance.

You can register for this webinar right here.

And you can find more information about the cost and benefits of membership in the CFG on this webpage.

The link to the Zoom webinar will be sent to you via email about half an hour before the start time.

Please check your spam or junk folders if you can’t find the email, and contact organizer@canadianfreelanceguild.ca if you haven’t received the link 10 minutes before the scheduled start time

Posted on December 21, 2021 at 5:30 pm by editor · · Tagged with: , , ,

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  1. Written by Radon Media
    on April 20, 2023 at 5:08 am
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    Insightful article on the Managing Social Media Expectations

  2. Written by PTS Terbaik
    on September 11, 2023 at 5:06 pm
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    Can you share some insights into the importance of social media for freelancers in today’s digital landscape? What are the potential benefits of having a strong social media presence?

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