Social Media Ads - What To Do And How To Do It ! Special Dual Webinar: Victoria Byrne & Roni Ramos Wednesday November 18th | 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM What to do... Top tips for Instagram and Facebook advertising Testing, Audience, Re-Marketing and MORE! Get results to grow your business and drive more sales. Social media ads are one of the most cost-effective ways to promote your business. Take your ads to the next level with these professional tips you can use right now! Once you have you marketing roadmap and ad strategy in place, let's create some terrific looking graphics, photos and even video to get your message seen. Step by step examples of How to Do It! How to do it… Easy examples to up your photography and video to grab attention with those ads. Take away action items, resources and strategies you can implement right away! Our best tips and techniques to get results and grow your business. Grab a cup of coffee and virtually sit down with us for a morning of motivation!
Roni Ramos from Harmony 3 Productions is the presenter of this workshop. Roni is the founder and President of Harmony 3 Productions. A tight team of creators, from photography to video and motion graphics. Harmony 3 is sweet…but with a bite…like Jalapeño lemonade! Attendees rave about her presentations where she shares tips, tools, techniques and actionable steps to use graphics and video to polish your online marketing… Roni is a great cheerleader to get small business excited about using the new technologies available to market their business.
Victoria Byrne is the founder of Creative Marketing Services, LLC. She has worked in corporate as well as small business marketing for over 18 years, helping her clients achieve optimal results through a combination of creative and cost-effective marketing initiatives. Victoria is a Certified Constant Contact Solution Provider and regularly speaks at educational seminars & webinars where she shares tips and advice on a variety of digital marketing methods
Funded in part through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration. All opinions, conclusions, and/or recommendations expressed herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.