Webinar: Build a killer social media strategy for 2019

There’s no doubt that social media is a vital part of recruitment firm’s marketing function. However, developing a social media strategy to help you achieve your goals can be a real challenge.

In this webinar you’ll learn our top tips for:

  • Social media auditing
  • Competitor analysis
  • Goal setting and alignment
  • Developing personas
  • Content planning
  • Measurement and analytics

 

This event is now fully booked but please register your interest in attending our next webinar and we will send you an invite as soon as this is live.

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