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DRCHSD Social Media Webinar (2 of 2)

11 a.m. - 12 p.m. CT
The National Rural Health Resource Center (The Center)

DRCHSD Social Media Webinar (2 of 2)

Social Media with Limited Bandwidth and Budget Part 2

Description: In part two of this webinar series, speakers will provide feedback on  participants’ content niche ideas and audience personas. Once participants gain a  better understanding of what content they should focus their limited resources on  creating, participants will learn how to optimize one piece of content across multiple  platforms. Speakers will walk participants through the backend of Facebook’s Business  Suite to show participants where to find key content insights as they proceed with  creating their organization’s social media strategy.

Learning Objective:

  • Share content niche and audience personas examples;
  • Understand what types of content outperform others and why; and
  • Review Facebook’s backend analytics platform for key content insights.

Audience: DRCHSD Cohort members - active or alumni. If you have any questions about this webinar or the other event in the series, please reach out to Caleb Lozinski.

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