Social Media Tips and Tricks for Creatives
· Ages 16+
· United States of America
SOCIAL MEDIA TIPS AND TRICKS FOR CREATIVES
From Beefing it Up to Navigating Algorithms
Taught by Monique A. LeBleu
This workshop is specifically for anyone who is promoting a theater production, venue, film, documentary or short, writing, or is looking to self-promote in general on social media.
In this 90 minute presentation, Q & A and workshop, writer Monique will share tools on how to beef up your social media presence—or start one, find your target audience, make the best use of online event calendars, create a timeline for promoting your project, and learn to use social media algorithms to your best advantage.
You will learn how to:
Determine the best times to post on social media to reach your audience
Find Groups and public event postings
Use open online calendaring forms
Find where you can post press releases online for free
Use hashtags, tagging, and other tools that aren’t just exclusive to social media
A Q & A will follow the presentation. Attendees will receive handouts of information to take, along with a completed flowchart to help jump-start the process guiding you forward, and networking and idea sharing will be encouraged at Studio C thereafter. To keep creative energies flowing, the group will then head to the Broadwater Plunge for a Networking Office Hour, per group interest. Note: All attendees will be responsible for their Plunge bar tabs and Lyft/Uber use is encouraged overall for the event as area parking is limited.
“Monique LeBleu’s workshop on capitalizing on an online presence is both knowledgeable and compassionate. She is aware that her attendees are comprised of people from all walks of life and media exposure. As such, she tailors her presentation in a way that makes the experience both enlightening and applicable to anyone looking for a boost in visibility, in any market. If I could recommend one workshop for creating a platform to actually help your project BE SEEN, Monique’s seminar is not one to miss!”
– Ty Pickett “Tell Me About Your Daddy” Rainbow Puppy Productions
Monique A. LeBleu is a freelance Journalist, Co-Editor of TheLosAngelesBeat.com, and a Columnist and Podcaster on Better-Lemons.com.
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