This event is free and only available for small businesses, charities, sole traders and residents based in South Gloucestershire and Bath & North East Somerset.
These days, small businesses are spoilt for choice for online tools to help manage your marketing. In this session, you’ll get practical advice on social media scheduling tools, content creation tools, and e-newsletter tools.
What will I learn?
How to make a social media content plan and streamline your content creation with scheduling tools like Later and Hootsuite and e-newsletter tools like Klaviyo and Mailchimp.
“It was very helpful in providing demonstrations of many tools for making posts to social media much easier way and more streamlined. I think these will all save a lot of time.” – Nouri Samsatli
“Excellent webinar, versatile and would work for most businesses” – Emma Craythorne
Who should attend?
Anyone who is using social media and emails to promote their business and would like to automate the process and make more time for other business priorities.
A bit about your presenter:
Ella and Claire are founders of Good Beans, a marketing agency specialising in supporting positive impact organisations and small businesses.
Please note, this workshop will be held on Zoom.
Your booking for this webinar is provisional until you have enrolled for the free Business Support Service. Enrolment is via a short online form – if you are not enrolled already, a link will be emailed directly to you.
Once enrolled, you will receive the Zoom webinar link and password to join the call. Do ensure you join the webinar at least 5 minutes before the scheduled start time.
If you are unable to attend this event, we require at least 2 working days notice for cancellations to enable us to offer your place to someone else. We reserve the right to cancel your place if you are not eligible for this service.
All participants of the service are eligible to receive up to 12 hours of free support. This equates to a maximum of 4 events per participant.
The South Gloucestershire and B&NES Business Support Services form part of Universal Support, a West of England Combined authority funded initiative, delivered in partnership with B&NES and South Gloucestershire Councils.