July 28th | GROW Nebraska’s® FREE Online Training | The Secret Sauce to Social Media Content and Planning
GROW Nebraska’s® FREE Online Training
July 28th | The Secret Sauce To Social Media Content And Planning
As a business, you’re already on social media. However, it’s unlikely that your current presence is working as hard for you as it could be. Learn to create a social media plan you can finally stick to! During this session, attendees will learn to create, implement, and stick to a social media plan that will supercharge your social presence and help you gain traction with your customers. Learn to manage your time and tools effectively to make your social media work for you.
Key takeaways include:
– Find the keys to effective social media
– Manage your social media with technology that can help
– Create an effective social media campaign
Sign up to attend live and/or get the recording afterward!
DATE: July 28th
TIME: 12PM – 1PM CST
LOCATION: Live Stream
COST: Free! Must register to receive call-in details and recording.
Adam is the founder and CEO of redthread. A 29-person creative advertising agency located in the heart of the midwest in the Haymarket of Lincoln, Nebraska. Working with local and national brands from U-Stop to Google to #TeamTrees, redthread has built marketing campaigns and helped grow businesses of all shapes and sizes. Adam started his entrepreneurial career at 15-years-old buying and selling sneakers on the streets of Chicago. After that business failed, Adam went off to college at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln where he majored in advertising. As he was graduating, Adam launched a freelance side-hustle which eventually became redthread. Bootstrapping the business over the last 8-years, redthread has been recognized as the 2021 Inc. 5000 #100 Fastest Growing Company in the Midwest and the #1853 fastest growing company in America. Adam has personally been recognized as 2019 Lincoln’s YPG 4 Under 40 Award and the Walter Scott Entrepreneurship Award. In his free time, Adam loves to study pop-culture, relive his athletic glory days through slow-pitch softball and take long walks along the Mopac Trail with his dog and girlfriend.