Social Media e-Course with A Tiny Traveler
Hello friends! I have some exciting news. First: I finally bought a domain for A Tiny Traveler! It's been long overdue but I thought putting some of my hard-earned money back into what I love was worth it to make things easier for readers like you. So, welcome to "atinytravelerblog.com"!
Secondly: I am offering (my first ever) free social media class! I recently accepted a position for the women's ministry of the AG PennDel network as their social media manager. I'm so excited to get to work and connect with different churches and ministries! It'll be so much fun engaging with different audiences and learning new social media strategies for personal accounts vs. business accounts.
If you're a part of any of the Facebook groups I am in or have followed along with my twitter, you might have seen the announcement, but I wanted to share a little bit about it here (including my excitement to get started)! This is my first time teaching an e-course but I really wanted to share my tips and passion for social media and how it can help your brand and you personally connect with other people in your area + around the world! Sign ups close January 11, 2016 so be sure to sign up for more information soon.
I felt like now would also be a good time and place to explain why I am hosting this class and why you should join in!
1. It's free.
2. There will be lots of goodies, like prompts, stock photos, and a booklet to accompany the class/get you ahead if you don't want to wait for the 6 weeks to unfold.
3. We'll be chatting and discussing different platforms and tips so we'll all be learning together.
As far as to why I want to teach this class, basically I've just turned something that I do everyday and gotten good at into something that I want to share with others! I love that social media has given me a fast and simple way to connect with other artists, bloggers, and people who have the same interests as me! Social media provides art, entertainment, information, and unity of different groups. I love how Instagram can be a creative outlet for artists and photographers, as well as a place for companies and stylized photos to hang out. I love that Twitter can get information across to a large amount of people, as well as jokes and links to blogs and products. The list goes on, so I decided that I wanted to teach my surrounding community specific ways to improve their feeds as well as convey their ideas to the public in a relatable way! Below are a few screen shots of the organic growth of my twitter. That's the other thing... I'm not gonna pretend like I have it all together and my accounts are mega-famous. I'm just realizing what works and what doesn't and want to help you do the same!
04/2016 UPDATE* The e-course has ended, but you can still grab your book of social media tips and strategy here!