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Help rev up your online business presence by attending SD CEO’s Social Media Marketing Boot Camp at BHSU-Rapid City

Author: BHSU Communications/Monday, June 18, 2018/Categories: Events, College of Business and Natural Sciences, Community, Events, Staff, SD CEO, 2018

South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity (SD CEO) will provide local business owners, non-profits and other professionals social media marketing tips, tools and expert guidance to take their business social media presence to the next level.

Led by local experts, the SD CEO Social Media Marketing Boot Camp is an in-person, full day workshop on Friday, July 13 at BHSU-Rapid City from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm.

Topics include:
  • A deep dive into Facebook
  • Instagram, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Twitter
  • YouTube and Video
  • Social Media Ads
  • Search Engines
  • Online Reviews and more!
Presenters include
  • Jenna Carda | Evergreen Media
  • Elizabeth Mattson | Wildfeather Co.
  • Dani Mason | B9 Creations
  • Chris Hornick | HomeSlice Media Group
  • Michelle Kane | SD CEO
“Social media has changed the way we communicate and make buying decisions. As well, social media marketing is far more than an online popularity contest; it’s a business tool,” says Michelle Kane, director, SD CEO. “Connecting with your audience online can be a fun adventure and our local social media experts look forward to sharing real tools and tips that you could start using right away for your business or non-profit. “

Registration for the Social Media Marketing Boot Camp is $99 per person. Lunch is included.  To register, or for more information, visit or call 605-642-6948.

About SD CEO:
The South Dakota Center for Enterprise Opportunity, South Dakota’s only Women's Business Center, provides comprehensive training, education and business assistance, support and counseling for aspiring and established entrepreneurs and other professionals to foster economic development in South Dakota. 

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