How to look good ‘as a business’ on social

13 September 2019

We’ll be discussing how to look good ‘as a business’ on social, giving you some simple, but essential Do’s and Don’ts as a handy guide.

What we will cover:

  • Which social channels to use when talking as yourself vs your brand 
  • Do's and Don’ts when presenting yourself or your brand on social 
  • Content Marketing 101
  • Types of content you should post.

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Social Gathering 860
When it comes to learning anything new (including the art of social media) there’s no replacement for being shown in person.
 
With that in mind, all this great Social Club content will culminate in a London based Masterclass on September 10th where you’ll have the opportunity to put some of what you’ve learned into practice, with the help of Factor 3’s digital marketing expert.
 
Make sure you’ve got your place at ‘The Social Gathering’ today!
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