Cincinnati, OH, January 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Project Socialize, a digital marketing agency, is pleased to announce that CEO Nikki Means will be teaching the third workshop, Increase Sales with Facebook Marketing Workshop, in the highly interactive social media series for business at Antonelli College on January 17th, 2014.
“With Facebook continuously changing its algorithm, businesses need to find ways to realize the ROI. This workshop provides business owners and marketers with viable solutions they can implement today,” says Means about the upcoming class.
Facebook, with over 1.19 billion active users, continues to be a “must have” communications tool for businesses. Not only that, but 78% of the US population has a Facebook Account and 38% of users say they have made a purchase after a like, comment or share of a Business Page status update.
Means states that, “Once a consumer is on Facebook, they don’t like to leave the mega-social network. This means, marketers have a captive audience to target their message and drive sales.”
The Facebook class will prepare business owners, marketers, and entrepreneurs to:
- Identify the Facebook shopper and how to tap into them to generate sales;
- Learn what is paid/owned/earned content and why it’s valuable;
- The benefits of running campaigns like: contests, sweepstakes, and giveaways;
- Eliminate the mystery of Facebook Ads by digging into how they work.
Antonelli College is located at 9100 W Chester Towne Centre Rd, West Chester Township, OH.
To find out more information and register for our upcoming workshop, visit our event website at: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/increase-sales-with-facebook-marketing-tickets-9700611791?aff=eorg. For questions regarding Project Socialize, contact Daniella Alvarez-Castillo at 513.779.2444 or at Daniella.firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Nikki Means
Nikki Means is Founder and CEO of Project Socialize, LLC. Project Socialize was birthed from her passion for Social Media. The interaction, the development of communities, the sharing of information, and the ever-evolving technologies fuel that passion daily. Means has created strategy for successful digital and social media programs while leveraging eight years of project and process management to ensure seamless implementation. She has done this by spending the past seven years immersing herself in social media tools and online marketing communication channels: blogging (and blog development), social networks, videos, and other online communities and tools. Through these mediums, Means has found ways to help others achieve their business goals while doing what she loves most – Digital Marketing and Community Management.
About Project Socialize
Project Socialize, actively seeks and learns about new trends in Web 2.0 technologies enabling them to create the most innovative and technologically advanced Digital Marketing Plans for any company. Project Socialize strives to partner with businesses to execute the diverse strategies a company needs to grow their brand recognition and customer base. They provide superior Online Community Management to ensure your strategic goals are met.
Project Socialize recognizes that a Digital Marketing Plan is just the beginning. Understanding who the customers are and creating strategies to reach them is critical for every business. But a Plan means nothing unless it’s implemented. Utilizing industry standards and best practices in project management, they execute marketing plans and manage online communities to promote continued business growth.
About Antonelli College
Antonelli College is accredited by the Accrediting Commission of Career Schools and Colleges, Arlington, VA. The State Medical Board of Ohio recognizes Antonelli College as a school in good standing to offer an Associate of Applied Science degree in Massage Therapy. The College (Hattiesburg and Jackson campuses) is licensed by the State of Mississippi Commission on Proprietary School and College Registration, License No. C102. Massage Board License Number: 0401. T06-07-1.
Provisional Authorization through Ohio Board of Regents.