Facebook Webinars on SMM for Business

Future Females is partnering with Facebook to educate about how best to utilize two social media giants, Facebook and Instagram, in order to reach your full business potential online. Register to join the webinars on SMM. The application process is ongoing.

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What are Facebook Webinars about? Future females is a movement to increase the number and success of female entrepreneurs and intrapreneurs worldwide.

The three free webinars are held on the following days:

Tuesday 25th June – Facebook for Business (register)

Learn Facebook from Facebook: Set up ads that support your business goals, and get the right message in front of the right people.

Tuesday 2nd July – Instagram for Business (register)

Learn how to build your business on Instagram – to create and share posts and stories that will reach, engage and convert your audience.

Tuesday 7th July – Getting Creative On Your Phone (register)

Learn the tips, tricks and apps for creating killer social media posts and ads, that engage your audience across Facebook & Instagram, all from your mobile phone.

The webinars will be delivered by Toni Adentan, who is a, Strategic Partner Manager at Facebook Dublin, using her past experience in both the media and tech industry to grow media agency’s advertising business on the Facebook platform.

A Londoner by way of Nigeria, Toni has been strongly influenced by both cultures, and is eager to support entrepreneurs from both communities on the platform.

Webinars are free of charge. Anyone in the world can join the webinars provided they register for them in advance.

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