My Next NYC Workshop: Social Media Branding for Startups, Freelancers, and Small Biz Owners

As promised, I proudly present the first Summer Business School workshop: Social Media Branding for Startups, Freelancers, and Small Biz Owners.

Class size is limited to 15 people, so registration is required at:

While most freelancers and entrepreneurs are already using Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn in their daily/personal life, they may lack the strategy necessary to increase visibility for their business.

Whether you are seeking investors, clients, or customers, this class teaches the best practices of online marketing. We’ll cover business branding basics that can be used online and offline, as well as specific social media marketing strategies to grow your network. This class is best for:

  • Start-up and small business owners who are just starting out, or within the first year of running their business
  • Freelancers who are already familiar with the basics of Facebook and Twitter, and want to supercharge their online marketing strategy
  • Anyone who wants to learn ninja social media marketing skills to gain more business

Class schedule:
6:30-7pm: Networking & Mingling
7-8pm: Lecture, including interactive discussion
8-8:30pm: Q & A

The goal is to leave this class with at least one new tactic that can be implemented immediately. Having a laptop, tablet, or smartphone is not required, and interacting with your classmates is encouraged!

Sign up for the class at:

If you Twitter, the hashtag for this class is #smbrand

Author: Moxie Maven

Carla Lynne Hall is a social media specialist and trainer in New York City with over 12 years of experience in online and social media marketing and training. She runs Moxie Maven Marketing, a social media and internet marketing agency which creates content and online marketing strategies for entrepreneurs, and small business owners. Moxie Maven Marketing sponsors Summer Business School, a series of summer marketing courses for entrepreneurs and small business owners. Carla is also the author of Twitter for Musicians, and co-author of Musician’s Roadmap to Facebook and Twitter.

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