Facebook For Business, A Hands On Webinar

| January 5, 2010 | 3 Comments

FaceBook_128x128Have you recently taken a social media class from your local chamber, business association, networking group or local library?

Did you walk away totally confused?

Don’t you wish someone was there to help you walk through your Facebook profile and help you get the job done?

Help is here!

On January 6th, 10am PT/1pm ET you can attend a Facebook webinar designed to help you:

  • Setting Up Your Profile
  • Your Privacy Settings
  • Status Updates
  • Creating Events
  • Creating Photo Albums
  • Uploading Pictures
  • Video
  • Finding, and Accepting Friends
  • Joining Groups
  • Facebook Strategies

The number of attendees is limited, so that you have “hands on” help with your Facebook profile. Don’t wait any longer! Don’t let more traffic to your site slip through your fingers!

Sign up today! Get that help you need, NOW!!


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Debra Simpson began her career in publishing in 1990 as the publisher of The Business Resource (formerly known as Networks), a small business newspaper in San Diego County. In 1995, McGraw-Hill lured her away to the world of multimedia and Web publishing, and recognized Debra as the Author of the Year in Multimedia Development in 1996. Thus began Debra’s adventure in digital media development. She subsequently spent four years programming McGraw Hill’s vast collection of Websites. When McGraw Hill closed their Carlsbad office, Debra re-entered the entrepreneurial realm, developing and implementing Web 2.0 Internet marketing strategies for the small business community. Debra's been podcasting North San Diego Business since November 2008, interviewing small business owners in North San Diego County. She also consults, sets up and produces podcasts for other small businesses.

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  1. Debra Simpson | January 5, 2010
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  1. This is definitely a much needed course. Most businesses turn to LinkedIn for their professional needs, but FaceBook shouldn’t be neglected (nor should any free networking resource with such a high volume of consumer participation). FB did just update their privacy setting options, so hopefully attendees got the latest scoop on keeping their info secure.

    Daisy McCarty

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