Digital Media Training

Tailored digital media training to help you and your staff gain the social media skills to get ahead in business

Making sure your staff are up to speed on the use of digital media in business can be an incredibly good move for your organisation. You may have already made inroads into the social arena, or are perhaps still thinking about it – either way, the concepts can seem overwhelming at first. There are many questions to be asked: from which channel to use to what to say, and how to say it.

If you need help with social media training your staff, Florizel Media has the solutions. Instead of off-the-shelf social media courses, get bespoke, tailor-made training designed to answer your questions clearly and concisely.

In-house bespoke training

Digital marketing training courses can be delivered on your company premises for groups of up to eight people. All courses are completely customised to suit the requirements of your business, and cover subjects such as:

  • Microblogging with Twitter
  • Setting up LinkedIn profiles for your business and employees
  • Developing a community on Facebook
  • Pinterest for business
  • Instagram
  • Blogging
  • Managing social media
  • Monitoring your business digital footprint via social media audits
  • How to use tools to keep you up to date with your competitors

Digital marketing training can be delivered anywhere within the UK at competitive rates.

Social Media Business Presentations

Introductory sessions which comprehensively outline exactly what social media is, and how it can and will affect your business and revenues can be helpful ways to inform people within your business. These seminars are designed specifically with your company in mind, and presented at the level you require – from novice to expert. From the objectives of using social media, why other companies use social media, through to how to define a coherent social media strategy which works best for your company.

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