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Instagram Marketing For Busy Entrepreneurs

January 29 @ 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

| Free

Want to learn how to attract customers and make sales through Instagram without spending money on ads?

With over 500 million active users, Instagram offers a powerful tool for small businesses. If you’re a business-to-consumer enterprise and your ideal customer is under the age of 45, Instagram could provide an effective channel to reach your target market. Join us to learn simple, effective strategies and tactics you can apply without wasting time or money.

“Instagram presents a huge opportunity for small business owners—but so many entrepreneurs are missing the boat,” said Ami Sanyal, Seminar Speaker, and Co-Founder at The Uncommoner’s Club.

“They’re busy, they don’t know how to take photos, or they don’t think their business is glamorous enough for Instagram. The truth is you don’t need to be a professional photographer with a glitzy business to take advantage of Instagram.

“This seminar will show small business owners how to build authentic connections with ideal customers through the most engaged platform in the world. You’ll discover exactly what to post, how to write captions, and when to share it. You’ll leave with a flexible Instagram marketing funnel you can execute right away—so you can start generating leads through Instagram without wasting time.”

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify your ideal customer and design an ideal Customer Avatar
  • Conceive of a simple framework for finding, engaging, and converting prospects on Instagram efficiently
  • Get started on ideas for draft posts as key takeaways

Details

Date:
January 29
Time:
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Cost:
Free
Event Category:
Website:
http://www.bdic.ca

Venue

BDIC Boardroom
Suite 701 5201 50th Avenue
Yellowknife, Northwest Territories X1A3S9 Canada
Phone:
867-767-9075

Organizer

to register call 867-767-9075 ext 86000/86002/86005 or Email the following address; bdicinfo@gov.nt.ca
Phone:
1-867-767-9075
Email:
rhonda_macleod(at)gov.nt.ca
Website:
bdic.ca