While using Facebook and Twitter can be fun to use in your daily/personal life, these social media tools can also be used to build a platform for you and your business.
Whether you are seeking clients or customers, this class teaches the best practices of social media marketing. We’ll cover business branding basics that can be used to grow your network online and offline.
This class is best for:
The goal is to leave this class with at least one new tactic that can be implemented immediately. Having a laptop, tablet, or smartphone is not required, and interacting with your classmates is encouraged!
If you're already extremely comfortable with social media, please check out the new strategy-packed course, Social Media Branding 201.
In Good Company
16 W. 23rd St. 4th
New York, NY
In this class, you will learn:
4:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Carla Lynne Hall is a Musician and Music Marketing Specialist and Founder of Rock Star Life Lessons, a musician lifestyle brand which helps musicians grow their audiences and become self-sustaining entrepreneurs. Carla is also a Graduate and Course Leader for Workshop In Business Opportunities' (WIBO) "How to Build a Growing Profitable Business" workshop, which has developed NYC-based entrepreneurs for over 40 years.
As a musician, Carla has released four independent CDs under her own Moxie Entertainment label: Front & Center, My First Child Lullaby Single, Supernova, and Dirty5 while holding day jobs in music publishing, music management, and music publicity. Carla began writing how-to articles for musicians for MusicDish.com which led to her "The Biz" music business column for VIBE Magazine.
Carla is a Skillshare Master Teacher, as well as a Course Leader for Creative Capital's "Internet for Artists", a workshop that teaches artists around the country how to use the internet to promote their work. She is the former Director of Online Courses at Ariel Publicity. Carla is also the author of three books: The DIY Guide to the Music Biz, Twitter for Musicians, and Musician's Roadmap to Facebook and Twitter with Ariel Hyatt.
Carla also has a popular blog and podcast for musicians at http://RockStarLifeLessons.com. Over the past 15 years, she has parlayed her internet fame into four indie CDs, three books, an international tribe of friends, followers, and fans, and a new TV Show, Carla Lynne Hall: Music Trekker, on Time Warner Cable in New York City.