Making social media work for your business

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Are you creating, sharing and exchanging information and ideas in virtual communities and networks? East Parker County Chamber of Commerce will sponsor Lunch & Learn, a professional development class, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 15, at Tucker Red’s restaurant located at 4971 East I-20 Service Road North, Willow Park.

Join keynote speaker Lisa Graves as she presents a 90-minute class on social media marketing and making it work for your business. Social media has introduced substantial and pervasive changes to marketing communication between businesses, organizations, communities, and individuals. One of the many benefits of participating in social media is reaching millions of people at a relatively inexpensive investment.

The information-packed session will help you connect, retain and build a new client list. Graves will highlight the fundamentals and strategy of marketing on the diverse social media sites, the difference between traditional and social media marketing, content management, and how to determine your target audience with social media. Start your New Year with an innovative approach to your marketing.

The class is $25; includes a catered lunch by Tucker Red’s. Register online today: or call the Chamber office at 817-441-7844 for more information.

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