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Seminar teaches use of social media

WANT to learn how to use social networking to promote your project or business?

Get involved in a one-day seminar and workshop – Social Media and the Independent Producer – to develop your screen skills.

ScreenLinks manager Christina Hyde said the screen industry is evolving and people should understand new marketing options.

“The screen industry has different delivery methods and given these new ways to market and distribute, screen content creators need to understand all the options they have available to them.”

There will be an overview of key elements and examples to illustrate their use. Participants will get a full transcript from the day and associated website links.

Topics include:

  •   How to pick the right social media networks
  •   How to build a social media profile
  •   How to build and grow your networks
  •   How to use your social media networks for promotion
  •   Advanced network management tools
  •   Structured networking

The workshop is on Saturday, February 26, from 10am to 3pm at ETC Coffs Harbour (80 Grafton Street).

The session costs $25 for ScreenLinks members and $30 for others.

Bookings are essential as places are limited. To register, call 6648 5483 or email info@screenlinks.org



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