Facebook for Business

£90.00

Approved by CPD

Facebook is the world’s largest social network. With over a billion users it’s very likely that a proportion of your target customer audience will have a Facebook account. In the ‘Social Media for Business’ course you’ll have been encouraged to research and investigate the preferred social media platforms used by your target audience, so you should have a good idea at this point if Facebook is one of the right platforms for you.

Using Facebook in your business is about providing an effective means for your customers to interact with you and connect their friends to your business. Recommendation is the most powerful way a potential customer can be connected to a business, particularly when it’s being recommended by a friend. So if you know that a trusted friend likes a particular brand, you’re much more likely to engage with that brand.

Facebook is essentially a platform designed to facilitate social interaction between people with whom you’ve already established some mutual recognition.

When it’s done right the benefits are numerous and improve the working lives of everyone involved from the managers to the staff and it has wide ranging benefits to the organisation as a whole.

This course will start with the essentials – defining exactly what we mean by delegation and why it’s so important. It then goes into details about, the elements of delegation, overcoming the barriers to delegation, how you can choose which tasks to delegate and who to the process of delegation and much more.

Guided Learning Hours

Approximately 80 minutes are required for this course.

Form of Assessment

A short test concludes each module. A passmark of 75% for each module is required to successfully pass the course.

Syllabus

  • An Introduction to Facebook
  • Setting up a Facebook Brand Page
  • Administrating your Facebook Brand Page
  • Adding Content to your Brand Page
  • Custom Applications
  • Getting People to your Brand Page
  • Facebook Advertising
  • Getting Website Traffic from Facebook