9 Insider Secrets To Promote Your Next eLearning Event On Social Media

| October 21, 2018

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Most people spend a significant amount of time on social media. Thus, it’s only natural that sites like Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube provide golden marketing opportunities. They even give you the power to promote your eLearning event to a niche audience who is more likely to RSVP. But how do you use these social networking tools to your advantage? The following 9 tips can help you promote your eLearning event on popular social media platforms.Schedule a live promo video on YouTube or Facebook where you can field questions and generate interest in your upcoming eLearning event. You can even hold a live raffle or contest for attendees, with a free ticket as the grand prize. Record the promo video so that everyone can share it with contacts who may want to book their own spot.

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