Creating Content Gold: Question And Answer Session On Facebook
If you’re not sure how to use content marketing to grow your business, you’re in luck. BizSugar (our sister site, owned by Small Business Trends) will be hosting a Facebook Q & A chat titled, “Creating Content Gold” to answer your questions about content marketing. The Facebook chat will take place on Monday, February 27, 2012, from 9:30 to 10.30 pm GMT on the BizSugar Facebook page. BizSugar member Ileane Smith, (@Ileane on Twitter) will be there to answer your questions.
This hour-long session is designed to address the questions small business owners and managers like you have about using content — blogs, social media updates and websites — to effectively market your business. You’ll have the opportunity to ask Ileane your questions and interact with other small business owners asking questions.
About Our Speaker
Ileane is a BizSugar community member of the week, as well as an expert on blogging and social media. She is the voice behind BasicBlogTips, a website dedicated to delivering blogging and social media tutorials in a variety of formats including blog posts, audio and video podcasts.
Ileane started her small business adventure two years ago when her daughter Nikki convinced her to start a blog. Since that time, Ileane hasn’t looked back. Though she has created much of the content herself, she has also hosted many other bloggers who have also created quality content for the site.
How does a Facebook chat work?
It’s simple. Just visit the BizSugar Facebook page at the date and time specified above and begin posting your questions. Ileane Smith will take questions from you for one hour about content marketing and answer them for you.
When: Monday, February 27, 2012, 9:30 10.30 PM GMT (4:30-5:30 EST/1:30-2:30 PM PST)
Where: BizSugar’s Facebook Page
We encourage you to join the BizSugar Facebook community and dive into the chat along with Ileane and the BizSugar team to find out how to turn your content into online gold. See you there!
Re-posted from SmallBizTrends here