Social Media Level I For Indigenous Businesses
Do you want to learn how to generate relationships online that can turn into paying customers? Then this beginner social media course is for you!
Wondering what all the fuss is about? Why is it mandatory that Indigenous businesses large and small have, at the very, least a basic presence in social media? Because that’s where people spend a lot of their time!
94% of online Canadians have at least one social media account. As buyers, we are online searching and sharing information, and giving commentary to others on our experiences with people, brands, and causes.
In this introductory course on social media for business, we’ll take a look at how Indigenous businesses can use social networks inexpensively to gain greater exposure and generate interest for their products and services.
Participants will learn the art of online sales conversations, how to attract interest through content marketing and build deeper relationships with customers and prospects.
We’ll discuss Indigenous business case studies and look at opportunities on how Indigenous entrepreneurs can use social media to expand their marketing reach.
Social Media and Its Purpose
Building Your Brand Online
Listening and Monitoring Conversations
Building a Following of Target Customers
Posting Guidelines and Online Etiquette
Content Aggregation and Creation
Channel Population and Syndication
Measurement and Analytics
Investment: $3,200 per nation which includes 9 hours in-class, prep and post-work. Workshop timelines are customized to what will work best for your nation.
Materials, prizes and travel billed separately.
Individuals interested in one-to-one training, please let us know.
Contact us at or 604-687-2004