Fire up for Fall with this Dynamic Duo!
Improve Your Sales!
August 11, 9am to 5pm
Join us for a powerful training session on Improving Your Sales through social media and online advertising. Bring your business up to speed and get ready for an awesome autumn!
…but, it’s still SUMMER!
Why are we talking about the fall?
We know it’s still summer. And most business owners are taking a break now, right?
But NOW is when you need to be prepping for the fall. Marketing strategies take time to plan and implement. Get a jump on it NOW!
While others are vacationing, you’ll be ramping up!
How will this sales training help?
This full day training with Kelli-Rae, business coach from TMH Business Solutions, and Raylene, social media manager from Off the Wall Social Media, will equip you to spend your valuable time on the right sales activities.
Earlier this week, Off the Wall Social Media announced our new partnership with HootSuite.
We are now HootSuite Solution Partners!
We’re launching this exciting new partnership with a HootSuite Training Workshop, scheduled for April 15th.
It will be a jam-packed 3 hours of training, complete with handbook, HootSuite account set-up (we’ll get it all started with you!), plus a free 30-day trial of HootSuite PRO to try out all the things you learn.
In a preliminary survey of people in Southern Alberta who might be interested in attending a conference on Social Media, a large percentage of respondents classified their social media knowledge/experience at the Novice level (“I’m not sure what to do”) or below (Beginner, or No Experience).
Based on that information, it was apparent to the conference planners that this group of people would need some basic information to be able to receive full value out of a social media conference. A workshop outlining the basics of Social Media, held in advance of the conference, could be extremely helpful in this regard. Read more >>
This week, the “Social Media in Emergencies Survey”, conducted for the Canadian Red Cross, was released. The survey shows that Albertans are more likely to use social media during an emergency than other provinces. “70 per cent of Alberta residents say they would sign up for electronic alerts in times of official warnings, compared to 50 per cent of the rest of the Canadians.”
Martin Pollard, an Alberta manager for disaster management with the Red Cross, said, “[Social Media] really helps info get disseminated to the most vulnerable people at the most vulnerable time… It is transforming how people can stay informed and stay safe.” Pollard also stated, “Not only can it be used, but it can be used in a very useful fashion.” Read more >>
Welcome to Off the Wall!
Raylene and Jeff Wall