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Social Media Webinar: The Dos and Dont’s of Cross Posting


July 9, 2012 by  

You Are Invited To A Social Media Webinar

IFDA - Arizona Chapter

You are invited to a free social media webinar!
Dear Members,
 
As part of our social media push for 2012, you are invited to attend a free social media webinar conducted by Charlene Kingston, our VP of Social Media. She’s here to educate our chapter members and partners about social media. 
 
Through her business, Social Media Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Workshop, she offers a variety of products and services to help small business people master social media.  She offers free webinars and IFDA discounts to paid webinars. Check out the special IFDA page on her website for more details.

Next week, she is offering a free webinar and you are invited to attend.
The Dos & Don’ts of Cross Posting 

 

Should you say the same things on each social media site? 

 

Many business people set up the tools to automatically post the same thing everywhere. Sure, it saves you a couple minutes, but does it help or hurt your social media efforts?

 

Find out in this JumpStart community webinar how to cross-post effectively and when it hurts more than it helps.

 

Everyone who registers for the webinar will receive the replay link.

 

Title: The Dos & Don’ts of Cross Posting

Date: Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Time: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM MST

 

Can’t make it at that time? Everyone who signs up for the webinar can listen to the replay recording. 

 

What is a webinar? A webinar is a live training class that you attend on your computer. When you sign up, you receive an email with a special link. Before the webinar, you click that link to visit the webinar training room. You watch the webinar on your computer and hear Charlene speak through your computer speakers. You don’t need any special equipment. 

 

Is this your first webinar? The webinar works by downloading a small file to your computer. We recommend that you arrive about 15 minutes early for your first webinar to make sure you are set up in time for the webinar start. 

 

Have a technical problem with the webinar? If you have any problems attending the webinar, contact the Go-To-Webinar support team by phone (click on the phone icon in the upper right corner). 

 

Have more questions about webinars? Here are some common questions and answers about the Go-To-Webinar service. Here’s a factsheet that explains how to use the webinar features.
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