Social Media Training Course
It’s one of those topics that you feel you should know about, just because you’ve got a Facebook page and Twitter account!
But somehow it’s always remained something of a mystery to me. Then I read about this.
I saw a review of Sue Worthington’s Social Media Spider’s Web course that she was using and I was impressed enough to buy it. Although I keep promising myself not to buy any more courses until I’ve fully implemented the last one, this filled such a need for me – and the price was so affordable – that I had to have it.
So last night (or morning!) I was burning the midnight oil until 3:30am – which is late even for me. I don’t know about everyone else, but I find it far easier to work at night and sleep in the morning 🙂
Anyway, I’ve started implementing some of the lessons on this blog and one of my health ones. I’m not giving a link to the health blog because something I did has conflicted with the theme I was using so I’ve left it looking like a dog’s dinner at the moment. (It wasn’t anything in the course, I’d been having problems with the theme before I even started on the course.)
I worked on my health blog first, because I’m already making sales in that market-place; just need to ramp them up.
The first few training videos have been about preparing a WordPress blog for social media integration. Some of it I had already done, and some was new to me. I’ll confess I found some of it challenging – but nowhere near as challenging as trying to do it alone. And of course you can always pause and rewind the videos if you get stuck.
When I started implementing the same steps in this, my second, blog it was much easier. I have another couple of blogs I need to add the integrations to, which should go even faster. It will be good to have a more uniform approach. It’s been rather piece-meal up to now.
One excellent feature of the course is that it includes membership of a normally closed Facebook group where you can get your questions answered. I bet I’ll be making plenty of use of that!
Hopefully over the next few days and weeks I’ll start to see the benefits, once I’ve put in the initial set-up stages. So if you’re in need of a Social Media Training Course, Sue’s is the best value course I have done online for a long time.
(Now – talking of dog’s dinners, my son and his dog are coming over for a meal this evening, so off I go to cook!)