You’ve done your business plan. Check.
You’ve got your business premises sorted. Tick.
Business cards. Of course.
Marketing done. Yep.
Local advertising. Definitely.
Social Media? Well you’ve got a personal Facebook account and you once set up a Twitter account for business if only you could remember the log in and password.
This is a common situation. Often social media is the last thing on the small business checklist. Here at South London Social we believe it should be right at the very top. But why?
Social Media is an open shop window for your business. It’s where your customers already are and where your future customers are hanging out too! Here they are all that potential custom all waiting to hear about you and your amazing local business!
So what are you waiting for?
We understand that running social media channels effectively and getting the most from them can be daunting and very time consuming. We often see small businesses make the common mistakes of trying to do every single platform available and then running out of steam. Suffering from social media fatigue when they realise they can’t be online and ‘social’ 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days of the year.
That’s where we can help.
Come along to our friendly, informal and local social media workshop and networking event. We are three qualified strategic social media managers all based locally in South East London. We are excited to announce our very first workshop which will take place on Wednesday 15th June at the Bridge House Tavern in Penge from 7:30pm.
We would love you to come and learn how you can get the very best from your social media channels for your local business. Get expert advice and tips and have fun networking with other local businesses.
Tickets are just £7.50 and include a free drink. you can get tickets here: http://bit.ly/SLSmeetup
Victoria Hill is a Freelance Social Media Manager and Co Founder of South London Social. If you want to build an effective social media community, get in touch by email firstname.lastname@example.org