Small Business Academy webcast highlights using social media for better marketing

Microsoft’s Office Small Business Academy is offering a social media marketing webcast to take place on September 27, 2016, at 12:00 PM EST (9:00 AM PST). Titled, “Up Your Marketing Game: Social Media Secrets,” the webcast will be offering the Office team’s take on the latest social media marketing secrets.

Office Small Business Academy is a monthly webcast series offering advice and resources on how to use Office products to benefit small businesses, entrepreneurs, and other professionals. Each episode offers advice and insight on a variety of different topics from industry experts.

Here’s a video preview of what you can expect from Office Small Business Academy.

There will be a number of featured guests to offer their insight into an effective social media strategy, including:

  • Carol Roth, Host, on-air contributor to CNBC, investment banker, investor, speaker, and author of The New York Times best-selling book, The Entrepreneur Equation.
  • Stephanie Meyers, Associate Director of Strategy and Social Media, Inc., will reveal five things you can do today to improve your web presence along with the key to turning online engagement into results.
  • Matthew Arevalo, Co-founder and Chief Experience Officer at Loot Crate, has tips for building an online community, conquering social customer service, and the one thing you need to do to increase your word-of-mouth marketing online.
  • Constance Turman, Stylist and Owner of The Constant Stylist demonstrates how she uses Office 365 to organize her content and keep up with a growing social presence.

“Up Your Marketing Game: Social Media Secrets” kicks off Season 2 of Office Small Business Academy. Previous episodes are available. If you are interested in learning more aboutĀ “Up Your Marketing Game: Social Media Secrets,” head over to theĀ Office Small Business Academy to register.

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