Social Media – How to use it to generate business in the property and construction sector

How to Generate Business using Social Media in the property and construction sector
by

David Lomas from M3 Media Publishing

To be held at Just Property and Construction Networking event

At 3.30pm – 5pm on Thursday 26th July 2012
Eanam Wharfe, Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 5BL

 As the digital publisher of Property Aspects Magazine David Lomas helps to generate business for clients who are working in property and construction.

He will be holding a workshop on basic social media techniques specifically aimed at people working in that sector.

He will be showing you simple methods of attracting and finding prospective customers using social forums like Linkedin and twitter – Including advice on how you can get people to notice you and then connect with you across these different social media platforms.

If you want to understand more about how to find new business using social media and the internet then this workshop will be ideal for you to gain a basic understanding of this fast-growing marketing channel.

To attend, please contact the event organiser Guy Shorrock at Aldrock Surveyors for more details on 07935 111226

About Executive Editor

Digital content marketing specialist who understands communication in all it's forms. Experienced speaker and online publisher at M3 Media Publishing.
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One Response to Social Media – How to use it to generate business in the property and construction sector

  1. Comment about the workshop by David Lomas on ‘Using Social media to generate business for the Property sector’.

    Good morning David

    First may I congratulate you on a professional talk about Social Media carried out at the Eanam Wharf, Blackburn on Thursday 26th July.

    It was also a pleasure to meet you and always good to put a face to the picture. I would hope to keep in touch and follow you on Linkedin and maybe catch up for a one to one in Manchester over a coffee some time.

    Keep up the good work, FANTASTIC !!!

    Stephen Greenhalgh
    http://www.movingdistance.co.uk

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