Social media and marketing for business webinar – how to use LinkedIn to generate leads

Online webinar
22 April, 2021 10:00am – 11:00am

Bridgend Business Forum online webinar programme

Free expert advice. Bethan Wright, Red Digital Events shares her expertise and provides smart, impactful social media and marketing top tips!

 Presenter: Bethan Wright, Business Owner

Company: Red Digital

Duration: One hour

How to use LinkedIn to generate leads

Creating a profile on LinkedIn is no longer enough to boost brand awareness, generate leads and encourage potential customers to engage with your business.

Join us to learn how you can utilise the ultimate digital networking platform! LinkedIn is unique as a social media platform with digital networking being at the forefront. Many business owners have outlined this as the key platform to generate leads on social media.

This webinar will cover the basics of LinkedIn and how to get the best out of the platform…no premium account required. You’ll hear from Bethan Wright, a social media expert, on how you can create a strategy for LinkedIn that will get you results.

 

 

 Please book your place in advance:

How to book: Email: mary.pope@bridgend.gov.uk  (booking is essential)

For more information contact: Mary Pope on 01656 815320 or email: mary.pope@bridgend.gov

About the presenter

Bethan Wright (Business Owner) decided one day at her full time marketing job that she could offer services to local businesses without the extortionate agency costs! There came the idea of RED Digital.  RED Digital understands as a small social media agency in Bridgend, South Wales how difficult it is to find time to work on your business and also promote it! So we focus on helping small, local businesses throughout the UK compete in our current climate


How to book

Booking is essential. Please complete the form below or e-mail business@bridgend.gov.uk.

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