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If you want to succeed in the fast-paced digital marketplace, you need to know how to make your brand stand out online. One of the best ways to do that is through social media marketing. Billions of people use social media every day, so there are nearly endless opportunities to reach new and existing audiences. But with so many other competitors, it can be difficult to cut through the noise. The Silicon Valley Social Media Marketing Course & Certification can help you create a social media strategy that does just that.
This six-hour course is led by the Silicon Valley Digital Marketing Institute. This organization operates in more than 50 countries, providing professionals with cutting-edge training in the world's most necessary skills.
In this course, you'll delve into Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, YouTube, LinkedIn, Tumblr, and other platforms to understand how to leverage each social network. You'll learn how to stop wasting money by blindly running ads and instead create truly targeted campaigns that convert at much higher rates. You'll learn how to monetize Instagram, create awesome video ads for YouTube, use promoted pins on Pinterest, and make laser-focused ads for Twitter. Of course, there's also a dedicated section on Facebook Ads, one of the world's largest advertising networks. You'll even learn how to automate your ad campaigns to take some of the workload off yourself.
Take your social media marketing strategy to new heights. The Silicon Valley Social Media Marketing Course & Certification is on sale now for just $29.99.
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