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Advanced Social Media


Protect Your Brand, Expand Your Reach and Increase Your Earning Potential With Advanced Social Media Training!

 

Advanced Social Media Certificate

According to Nielsen's 2014 Digital Consumer Report, 64% of social media users log on to social sites at least once a day via their computers and 47% of smartphone owners do the same via their phones. With each evolution of social media, consumers are finding new and meaningful ways to engage with the people, events and brands that matter to them. This presents an exciting career opportunity for marketers who are adept at leveraging social media to build brand awareness, encourage consumer engagement and boost business results.

$1,495 - FOR 1 - COURSE PACKAGE

As social media continues to explode, conversations with – and about – individuals and businesses are taking place instantaneously on a global platform. This unprecedented intimacy, immediacy and reach are changing the very nature of company/customer relationships, creating virtually limitless opportunities for feedback, promotion, brand-building and monetization.

Advanced Social Media provides the practical tools and strategies required to successfully navigate social networks, leverage social tools, and capitalize on their powerful word-of-mouth lift. It also offers expert guidance on how to define goals and measure these interactive marketing efforts against the goals.

This course is also available as an elective in the Advanced Professional Internet Marketing Certificate.

What You’ll Learn


Introduction to Social Media

  • Introduction to advanced social media techniques 
  • Social media’s implications for marketers
  • Social media integration into the business strategy
  • Key ways that brand informs social media 

Social Media Objectives, Voice and Tactics

  • Defining your social media goals
  • Expert advice on joining the social media conversation
  • How to utilize listening tools to listen effectively
  • Make the connection between PR efforts and social media 

Social Media Tactics

  • How to incorporate blogs into your social media strategies
  • Blogging platforms, blogosphere outreach, and micro-blogging
  • Mass media driving to social media
  • Advertising in social media
  • Sweepstakes in social media
  • Defining your social media strategy

Social Media Tactics & Social Media Platforms

  • How to develop a social media tactical implementation calendar
  • Utilizing photos and videos sites in social media
  • Top tier platforms, such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, etc.
  • Using social media to seed your email lists
  • Instagram for brands versus personal

Setting Up Tools

  • How to get your business checking-in
  • Setting up accounts on second tier platforms
  • Promoting social media pages in other media
  • Social commerce implementation
  • International social media channels
  • Best social media listening and management tools
  • Creating positive chatter in social media
  • Linking social media accounts
  • Utilizing discussion boards and social groups

Metrics, Measurement and Evaluation

  • Defining key terms in social media 
  • Establishing goals and key tracking metrics
  • Free social media measurement tools
  • Benefits of popular and custom URL shorteners
  • Calculating acquisition costs and hard ROI from social media
  • Creating customized campaign performance reports

Social Media Case Studies

  • Major brand case study 
  • Small company case study
  • Small B2B case study
  • Big brand digital media site side optimization
  • Taigan
  • Using social media for brand awareness
  • Using social media for direct response
  • Successful use of Pinterest
  • World Business

Who Should Register?


The University of San Francisco's advanced social media training will benefit marketing and public relations professionals in agencies and corporate marketing departments, as well as customer service representatives. It is especially valuable for managers, executives and entrepreneurs, who are ultimately accountable for a brand’s reputation and performance in the market. Students should have some familiarity with major social media sites and applications, which are covered in the Professional Internet Marketing Certificate and the Advanced Professional Internet Marketing Certificate programs.