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Facebook presents Small Business Bootcamp in conjunction with MYOB

Lauren Ridgway Written by
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Facebook Small Business Marketing

Facebook is touring Australia and New Zealand talking to small businesses and delivering full-day events packed with great content and opportunities to build your small business using Facebook.

Events will be held in Cairns, Perth, Melbourne, Newcastle, Brisbane and Auckland.

During the day, you will hear from Facebook representatives including Nick Bowditch (Facebook’s SMB Consultant), as well as local marketing, creative and advertising agencies. The sessions will cater for all levels of Facebook experience from beginner sessions for those business owners who are relatively new to using Facebook in their marketing mix such as:

  • How to create a Facebook Page for your business (bring your own laptop)
  • How to create a Facebook Ads campaign for your business (bring your own laptop)
  • The Facebook Start to Success Program

Right through to more detailed sessions including:

  • Get the most out of your Facebook insights
  • How to use Facebook like the big brands do
  • How to split test and run more successful Facebook Ad campaigns
  • How to sell products and services on Facebook
  • Promote your business with Facebook Apps

Tickets are just $50 and include all catering on the day, all of the content, and leaving inspired and ready to build your business using Facebook. Tickets are limited to the first 100 sold only, so be quick!

Cairns – Friday 26 October. Get tickets
Perth – Wednesday 31 October. Get tickets
Melbourne – Wednesday 7 November. Get tickets
Newcastle – Friday 9 November. Get tickets
Brisbane –  Tuesday 20 November. Get tickets
Auckland – Thursday 29 November. Get tickets

Don’t forget that you can stay in the loop with MYOB and small business advice through our Facebook Page.

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    October 29, 2012 at 8:56 pm

    Sux that there isnt a Sydney one

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