This Wednesday: Facebook for your MI Business

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This Wednesday we are so excited to be kicking off our creative social media courses with the ‘Facebook for music industry businesses’ session. This course comes under the umbrella of the miacademy and there’s still time to register for a spot! 

These sessions will be run by entrepreneur and winner of Social Media Marketing Awards, Hel Reynolds. Hel is one of two very impressive founders behind the ground-breaking Comms Creatives which has helped brands like Macmillan Cancer Support, Scottish Power and Manchester City Council get lots more social media engagement as well as creating unique, pioneering social media strategies. Hel has bags of experience in helping creative people find strategic, easy, and quick ways to nail it online and we are delighted to offer this opportunity to our MIA Members.

In these sessions, you will learn how to unleash your creativity, fight your fears and grow your social media skills. There are so many untapped opportunities for creative businesses to use social media to influence, promote and build a following. These programmes are designed to give music industry businesses quick and effective ways to entertain and excite their audience about their services and products. 

This Facebook session will be tailored to suit music industry businesses and will take place via Zoom. 

Details for Wednesday’s course are as follows: 

Facebook for your music industry business

Wednesday 7th July, 1 pm-2:30 pm

This course will cover:

  • What goes down a storm on Facebook and what bombs
  • How to use Facebook Groups to save you time and grow your fanbase
  • Harnessing the power of Facebook Stories – content that self-destructs after 24hours
  • Ideas for posts that will inspire your audience
  • Top tips

Courses for Social Media Marketing under the miacademy will continue throughout July with fantastic courses on both Instagram and Email marketing to come, click here to find out more.

To secure your spot on this course please email alice@mia.org.uk