Social media marketing is currently one of the fastest-growing subfields of marketing and communications, as companies increasingly turn to tools like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and others to position themselves. If you’re a humanities or social science PhD (or one-to-be), social media marketing may be a good match for your skills.
In this webinar, Dr Jessica Langer, English Literature Ph.D. and CEO of a boutique social and digital agency in Toronto, will set out a practical step-by-step plan for PhDs considering transitioning into digital and/or social media marketing and communications. Attendees should come away from this session with a concrete plan for getting started in a career in social media marketing.
This webinar is being offered through Digital Academic Consulting by Adeline Koh (@adelinekoh). The main speaker for the webinar is Dr. Jessica Langer (@drjessicalanger). Digital Academic Consulting is a business dedicated to website development and social media strategies for scholars. DAC specializes in creating professional web presences for academics and post-academics, creating professional social media strategies and entry into new forms of digital publishing. This webinar is part of a forthcoming series of events around creating a professional web presence and learning technology.
If you have any questions about this event or the forthcoming series, please contact Adeline Koh directly at email@example.com.
Sign up for the webinar here!
Computer setup required:
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Refunds are not offered for this webinar, however, all participants will receive a download link for the webinar once it is complete.
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If you are an academic in severely strapped circumstances, I may be able to offer you a steep discount on the webinar. Please check if you qualify by reading this link.
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