Birmingham Based SME’s Attend Social Media Masterclass:
“How To Use Social Media To Grow Your Business & Beat Brexit Uncertainty”, Run By Top Birmingham Digital Agency, AIM Internet.

Birmingham based digital agency, AIM Internet Ltd, delivered a free interactive workshop to SME’s based in the Greater Birmingham and Solihull area last week (Friday 6th Oct), to give businesses the chance to learn how to leverage social media to grow and beat any brexit uncertainty. AIM’s directors, Mike Raybone & Sarah Whitticase, plus guest speakers, presented at Solihull College in the event produced in partnership with the Greater Birmingham & Solihull Local Enterprise Partnership. The event took place from 9.30am until 12.30pm.

Of the event, Sarah Whitticase said: “Following the success of our recent ‘Grow Your Business Using Digital Marketing’ workshop, we were delighted to be invited back to deliver more training to SMEs in the Birmingham area. Since we started 21 years ago, our mission has been to help SME’s & entrepreneurs use the power of the internet and digital marketing to grow. Social media is a key part of that mix now. But, through the conversations with the clients we meet and networking in the local area, we realise not enough businesses are taking advantage of it. We appreciate it can seem scary or pointless even. We wanted to show companies how they can implement it effectively to help them make the most of future-proofing their bottom line against the economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit.”

Social Media Masterclass content.

The workshop addressed the following areas:

  • Making sure your website & social media presence reflects your business
  • Seeing which social media channels to use to build participation and engagement.
  • Using social media to boost your SEO.
  • The importance of local search, video and mobile in social media.
  • Learning about tools that measure success and monitor social media mentions.
  • Exploring funding options to help you to grow.

Any businesses based within the catchment area were welcome to attend the Social Media Masterclass.

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