Social Media Online Training

Now is an excellent time to take an online class, learn something new, and cross an important item off of the ever-growing to-do list. Many small businesses, bloggers, company executives, and administrative professionals need affordable social media training online but aren’t sure how to get it. If you run a business or assist an executive and are interested in social media marketing for achieving your company’s goals, we can help.

The Benefit of Private, Personalized Social Media Marketing Training Classes

The Social Campfire offers small business, executive, and administrative social media marketing training in a personalized, private, and one-on-one setting. No matter whether you are a Facebook marketing novice or want to know how to capitalize off of your connections on LinkedIn, our CEO Jess Dawkins will provide you with the education and strategies you need to succeed.

These classes are available to anyone in any industry across the United States. All you need is the motivation and willingness to learn how to market on social media.

Jess is an experienced social media marketer, presenter, and trainer and can set you up with a learning session via  GoToMeeting so you can master any platform, function, or social marketing strategy.

Choose from an hour-long session on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, G+, or LinkedIn 101 and go in depth in real time. Jess also offers advanced sessions on social media advertising, social marketing strategy, and how to create advanced social marketing programs through hour-long and 90-minute sessions.

Whether you are a motivated executive assistant, a busy mom, or older adult, people looking for personal social media classes are also ideal candidates for this service!

How to Get Social Media Online Training This Summer

By reading this blog, you can take advantage of our Summer 2018 pricing: 

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  • Facebook Company Page Setup 101: $45 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • Facebook Business Marketing 101:  $50 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • Facebook Advertising 101: $55 for a one-on-one-hour, hour-long session
  • Twitter Hashtag Marketing 101: $45 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • Twitter Business Marketing 101: $50 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • Instagram Business Marketing 101: $50 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • Instagram Advertising 101: $55 for a one-on-one-hour, hour-long session
  • Pinterest Business Marketing 101: $50 for a one-on-one-hour, hour-long session
  • G+ Business Marketing 101: $50 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • LinkedIn Tools for the Trade 101: $50 for a one-on-one, hour-long session
  • LinkedIn for CEOs 101: $55 for a one-on-one-hour, hour-long session
  • LinkedIn Business Marketing 101: $55 for a one-on-one-hour, hour-long session
  • LinkedIn Advertising 101: $60 for a one-on-one-hour, hour-long session
  • Savings Bundles Available: Take more classes and SAVE! 
  • Please ask for a custom quote for 90-minute and advanced training sessions 

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NASCAR Revamps its Marketing Team; Melds Edit & Content Marketing

Last summer, NASCAR created a new 40-person content strategy group to oversee the league’s editorial and content marketing operations. Previously, NASCAR had separate teams dedicated to its website, social pages, video production, creative design, advertising partners and entertainment marketing efforts. These were individual business units, with their own, often overlapping goals, which created natural inefficiencies with how NASCAR created and distributed videos and other content across platforms.

The new group, which is overseen by Parker, was created to oversee all of NASCAR’s digital and social content and marketing efforts. It consists of the previous teams as well as six new digital content producers with backgrounds in writing and video production and editing. NASCAR’s TV production team and entertainment marketing team still exist as separate units, but have several staffers embedded within the content strategy group and participate in the group’s daily meetings every morning, Parker said.

Click the link to read more about NASCAR’s latest marketing moves and innovative strategies.

Notice Something Different? The Twitter Character Count Doubles to 280

Does your Twitter seem different?

A big change is here. As of this morning, every Roman alphabet user across the world will have 280 Twitter characters to play with; doubling the original 140 limit.

Will you need 280 to get your point across? Probably not. In fact, most testers admitted they didn’t use the full 280. However, it will be interesting over time to see if Twitter users find the switch beneficial. Social media critics are also waiting to discover if it provides additional value to win over millennial Snapchat users and Facebook purists.

Here at The Social Campfire – copywriting rules. Saying big things in small spaces is my specialty. I’m not necessarily excited or affected by the change. However, I do expect the development to be beneficial for instances where users require longer explanations. If the rollout happened earlier, stories shared with #MeToo may have been able to fit in the text box instead of displayed in a graphic. In addition, marketers can fit more tags, mentions, and links with their copy.

To learn more about the news, visit the Ars Technica website.

Your Turn: What do you think about doubling the Twitter character count to 280? Do you like the change? Comment below!