Back in February, Peter gave his first “Social Media 101” workshop with High Tech Maui, a program of the Maui Economic Development Board. Due to popular demand, this was followed up by in-depth workshops on Facebook, blogging and Twitter over the following months.
We are now repeating the series, starting from the beginning with How to Use Social Media to Improve Your Business for those who missed it (or just want to experience it all over again), only this time, I will be teaching the workshop. Peter will be there too, but it’s time I took the stage and presented my take on things.
This class is on Wednesday, June 30, 2010, 9:00–11:00 a.m. at Malcolm Center (MEDB), 1305 Holopono St., Suite 1 in Kihei.
The agenda will be similar to the last time, but incorporates some of the changes that have happened in the social media world over the last few months. Just like last time, I’ll be giving you some straight scoop, dispelling some myths and providing as much guidance as I can to help you decide whether social media should be a part of your business strategies going forward, and how to proceed.
Registration is $25, and limited to 20 people. Sign up quickly before the class fills up!
Over the next few months, we’ll be repeating the rest of the workshop series, including blogging, Facebook and Twitter, plus adding a few new workshops in response to demand for hot topics such as RSS feeds and LinkedIn.
Originally posted on Kaiscapes Internet Consulting.