A Business's Guide to Facebook Advertising.
Learn secrets and tips about Facebook advertising that even a business owner with no past experience can put in place today and start seeing results. If you've tried FB advertising and think it doesn't work then join James to learn how to implement it effectively. He will teach you why it hasn't been successful for you and he demonstrate ho you can you can execute simple steps to start being effective and change your perspective.
Register now for this free lunchtime session on Tuesday September 25th at Republic Of Work.
More About James:
James Kelly is founder of Social Enviro - a professional social media marketing and management for businesses. He spent the last 6 years working with businesses and brands using social media. He is most renouned for work in the influencer marketing space - working with and owning some of twitter and instagram's largest social media accounts, having built a following of over 4.5 million, and managing over 100 million for clients.
He has had the pleasure of being integral parts of campaigns for the likes of Budweiser, Redbull, Volvo, Call of Duty by putting their content in front of hundreds of millions of people. While still working in this space, he now helps business owners, who are struggling with using social media marketing, achieve results through effective marketing strategies and optimisation so that they can enjoy what they love doing and feel confident in the sustainability of their business.
At 17, he set up a twitter account with no other intention than to post some funny pictures . This account blew up and grew to over 100,000 followers within its first 3 months in late 2012 early 2013. It was only then that he was introduced to the concept of social media marketing, as he had brands contacting him asking to promote to his audience. It was after this that Social Enviro, a now limited company, was born.
Not being someone to rest on his laurels, he quickly began to use his account to grow other accounts in the entertainment industry. Through using his platforms to market, he was able to build up a semi-consistent stream of income, which he would reinvest to build upon and expand his network. Two years later, in the summer of 2015, he had accumulated a network of 4.5 million real, engaged followers. While working with marketing agencies in the UK and the US, he was part of campaigns for incredible multinational brands such as Budweiser, Call of Duty, Volvo, Redbull and too many others to mention. However, this empire that he had built upon rented land, came crashing down as Twitter, without explanation, warning or a second thought, suspended his accounts, like hundreds of others in the industry.