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Fri, 24 March 2017, 12:00 PM – 2:00 PM MDT
Your get ish done moment for your social media marketing is here! And this time we are tackling Instagram.
If you've been thinking about Insta or have an account but don't really know how to get started or you've started but you didn't get a lot of traction so you stopped engaging - we are going to take matters into our own hands and clear all this confusion around Instagram right up! We are going to create a two week line up of posts for your business PLUS give you the confidence and know how so you can rinse and repeat on your own from now on.
Rough timeline for the afternoon will be:
We are going to start off with a quick 15 minute Q&A about the platform for anyone that needs anything clarified. This might go a tiny bit longer depending on what people need answered, but it's only going to be a short amount of our time together.
Next I will give you some work sheets and prompts so you can think about, research and document the relevant hashtags to your business, because that's what Instagram runs on. That and beautiful pictures. We will help each other figure out at least 20 relevant tags to use on each post.
Then we are going to brainstorm a list of at least 20 post ideas, so that when it comes time to post you will never not know what to share that day.
I will provide you with the best apps to use to run your Instagram account and we will be setting up Hootsuite so you can manage Insta and your other networks from one place. I'll also give you another app to use if you don't want to use Hootsuite.
Then onto the fun part! I decided because I haven't played with my camera in a while, that we are going to do a photo booth! We can do either head shots or product shots (up to 10 products). After you sign up I will send you a link to the calerndar so you if you want to stick around for the photo booth you can book a time slot for it.
You can bring your products, yourself and any fun props if you want to participate. I will provide a white backdrop, lighting and the camera.
See ya next week!