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Introduction to Social Media for Small Business
****Please note that this webinar is online only; accessible via your device. There is no need to come into the Library.****

Everyone seems to talk about social media these days, but how can Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and blogging actually help your business?

The potential to reach new customers through social media has never been greater and is constantly growing.

With £5.67 billion attributed to online purchases annually and website visitors being ten times more likely to make a purchase if they are directed from social media, you could be missing out on valuable promotion and sales.

In this online webinar where will cover some of the key social media platforms, with tips on how to use them effectively to engage your customers to increase sales and brand awareness.

By taking part in this webinar you have been automatically enrolled on Innovating for Growth Start-ups. An ERDF funded British Library programme to help get your business off the ground. I4G Start-ups consists of 12 hours of support spread over 8 webinars; Doing Research from Home; Introduction to Lean Start Up; Research for New Business; Introduction to Patent Searching; Introduction to Registered Designs; Introduction to Trade Mark Searching; and Get Started Part 1 and 2 (available from June onwards).

Presented by Seema Rampersad
Seema has a long career in the library and information field. She has used collaborative technologies for over 20 years and is currently Senior Researcher and Service Manager at the Business & IP Centre at the British Library. Seema has worked with a diverse range of businesses from all sectors, especially helping those who are at a start-up and growth levels.

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Aug 16, 2021 12:00 PM in London

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