Wednesday, February 20, 2019 from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM EST
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Chevy Chase Pavilion
5335 Wisconsin Ave NW
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Washington, DC 20015

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Advanced Facebook Marketing for Beginners - 2/20/19 

Jumpstart your business by learning how to market it on Facebook!

This workshop will show you how having a Facebook Page helps you share your stories, as well as connect you with your audience.

During this workshop you will learn:

  • How to manage your Facebook Business Page
  • The proper way to brand your page
  • How to share important and interesting things about your business
  • Where to find content
  • How to manage photo galleries and post videos
  • How to create events
  • What Page Admin Tools are
  • What it means to boost a post
  • How to view your page on your Pages Manager App

 At the end of this workshop you will understand:

  • How to create posts to reach more people
  • How to make posts more effective
  • How to engage with your audience
  • What the Page Admin Tools are and how to use them
  • New ways to build your audience to include boosting a post
  • What the Pages Manager App is and how to set it up


  • This is a hands-on workshop, therefore you must bring your laptop
  • Basic PC skills and internet knowledge are required
  • You must have a working email address and know the password
  • You must know the password to your Facebook Personal account
  • Optional: Please bring a flash drive (or on computer) containing your personal photo, company logo and other graphics you'd like to use on your page

Instructor Bio:


Romona Foster is a highly endorsed social media trainer, social media manager, consultant and trained Facebook Ad Specialist teaching professionals how to leverage and brand their businesses through the use of social media. She is an engaging speaker who is passionate about all things related to social media marketing. She trains groups and individuals on how to use LinkedIn, how to market on Facebook, all about Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, the best practices of Email Marketing, and Microsoft Office. In addition, she manages social media accounts for a number of small businesses. 

She is listed as one of the “best in tech” at DC Web Women’s Code(Her) Conference. She was a guest content strategy speaker for the Code(Her) Conference, has spoken to hundreds of small business owners and nonprofits – and, conducted workshops for several organizations.