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Monday, October 14, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM EDT
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Richard H. Thornton Library 
210 Main Street
Oxford, NC 27565

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Melanie Diehl 
Melanie & Co 

Creating a Digital Marketing Blueprint for Your Business, Part 6: Harnessing the Power of Instagram 

Your website is the one piece of the internet you actually own. There are multiple options for creating a website, from a single landing page to a multiple page site with customer access and shopping carts and more. How will you make online selling easy? In this session, learn from a panel of experts about websites and POS systems and determine what’s best for your small business. IIn a world where digital marketing reigns, the rules seem to constantly fluctuate. Small business owners need resources they can rely on that are easy to manage while maintaining all the other aspects of running a business.

This six-part series provides small business owners with a basic overview of creating a digital marketing plan, identifying their target market and details on carrying out specific pieces of that plan including creating a website, Facebook marketing and Instagram. All the basics of a complete digital presence for businesses will be covered.

In this session, we will cover Harnessing the Power of Instagram:

With over 500 million monthly active users on Instagram, your business has the potential to reach, engage, and build a massive community on Instagram. But where do you start? Join us for this seminar where we will cover how to build your Instagram brand, the ins and outs of Instagram, hashtags. Bring your device and be ready for some hands-on time to practice what you learn in class. Pre-req: Instagram account

Sessions are limited to 18 participants and lunch will be provided.

Participants are encouraged to bring their own technology, but laptops will be available for use during the seminars if needed. It is important that participants also bring login information for their social media accounts.