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Saturday, April 13 • 10:00am - 12:00pm
Using Social Media Marketing To Expand Your Business ALMOST FULL

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Our presenter, Natasha Kalergis with Bantam Social Media, will describe the process for developing a cost effective social media marketing campaign to include identifying the client objectives and set overall objectives and platform-specific content production plans, identifying the desired audience, and implementing a targeted social media program using analytics to measure its effectiveness making continual improvements.

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Natasha Kalergis

Founder, Bantam Social Media
Prior to founding Bantam, Natasha spent nine years at large advertising agencies in New York City and Minneapolis, working with national accounts including McDonald's and Target. She was on the front-lines as these Fortune 500 companies began embracing social media as a viable marketing... Read More →
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Hannah Watson

Project Director, Bantam Social Media
Hannah Watson, 'the Ace', is the Project Director at Bantam Social Media. With an agency background, Hannah is a trick of all trades when it comes to marketing, with a focused background in creative direction and project management.
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John Laudisio

Founder, John Brandon Digital
John Laudisio is the Associate Director of Marketing at Musictoday and founder of John Brandon Digital. He specializes in advanced Facebook, Instagram, and Messenger marketing, as well as email automations and customer acquisition campaigns.

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Saturday April 13, 2019 10:00am - 12:00pm EDT
Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Central Branch