DURATION: 1.5 hours
11am to 12:30pm Eastern Time
This is a paid event costing $45.
There will be no refunds for this webinar unless SCORE NYC cancels it.
Want to add a lot of visual interest to your business marketing, sometimes for free? Is Pinterest the right social media platform for your business? How is it different from other platforms? This webinar will answer those questions by showing you how Pinterest can effectively promote your brand.
Pinterest expert Felicia Lin will discuss what types of and how many boards you should have, and the pins that can be used to promote your products and services. That in turn, will attract more clients and customers! A Q & A session will allow time for questions on your particular situation.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
At the end of webinar, you will have the knowledge and resources to:
• Describe the best practices for setting up a Pinterest business account
• Identify the types of content that work best on Pinterest
• Describe the types of pins that can be used to promote products or services
• Develop a Pinterest strategy for pinning and board creation
• Summarize the ways in which you can promote your business on Pinterest for free
WHO SHOULD ATTEND?
Small businesses or solopreneurs who are interested in learning how to use Pinterest to promote their business/personal brand and reach potential clients and customers. No prior Pinterest experience necessary.
FACILITATOR: JIM ALLES
Chief executive with e-commerce background and experience; expertise in computer systems and software programs, and web design, specifically for increasing revenues. A SCORE NYC Mentor, Jim has many SCORE clients involving websites and e-commerce.
PRESENTER: FELICIA LIN
Felicia Lin is a social media strategist and author, who writes and speaks frequently about social media through her website and the events she organizes and hosts. Her website, www.felicialin.com offers social media advice online. She frequently consults on the topics of social media and crowdfunding strategy. She raised over $15,000 through crowdfunding for her current book project, the memoir of Su Beng, a Taiwanese revolutionary, activist and historian.