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Social media is one of the primary reasons people spend time on the web. Even in an emerging market country like South Africa, 80% of all people have an active Facebook account which is visited twice daily. Social media is a form of instant communication, so would it not make sense that you understood it better?
The Social Media Bootcamp is your answer. This course, which will run in Cape Town, Durban and Johannesburg hopes to clear up any misconceptions people may have regarding social media and the dreaded buzz term, “web 2.0”. The workshop will cover:
The workshop covers:
- An overview of Web 2.0: Explains everything from Facebook to podcasting and the mobile internet. How it fits together and what its uses are.
- Inbound marketing: The process of inviting people to your website and turning those people into business leads Advertising Online: Why online advertising works and how to use if effectively
- Measuring online statistics: How do you measure the value of your online communications strategy
- Dealing with social media overload: Described as the point where all your time is spent online but with no business return, we discuss methods of combating social media overload
Memeburn has three tickets for the Cape Town event. To enter, tweet @memeburn your reason to get more social. Use the #tomorrowtodayza hashtag and follow Memeburn on twitter to qualify.
The Social Media Bootcamp takes place in Cape Town on 28 March from 9:30AM. You can contact TomorrowToday for any further information regarding the event.
The competition runs from 6 March until 12 March.