The manner in which we all communicate has been revolutionized by the Internet with the advent of social networking and social media platforms. Millions of people communicate with each other in today’s environment via text, email, instant messaging, social media and on social networking platforms. This course takes an advanced look into Facebook.
What you will learn:
This course includes 3 hours of training and 31 videos. In this course, students will learn how to setup advertising accounts, the various types of advertising, choosing audiences, building ad text, how to build ad campaigns and more!
Facebook certification exams help you stand out in your field. Facebook awards credentials to individuals who demonstrate advanced-level proficiency in various aspects of digital marketing with Facebook products.
You might think Facebook is just a place to catch up with your friends, or somewhere to store photos, but you are very much mistaken! Facebook is a powerful tool that can be used to get the most out of your business, marketing strategy, and social media campaigns.
You can achieve so much through social media, so learn to make the most of it with this excellent course, which covers detailed instruction on how to use Facebook for the benefit of your business.
The course material is delivered straight to you and can be adapted to fit in with your lifestyle. It is created by experts within the industry, meaning you are receiving accurate information, which is up-to-date and easy to understand.
This online training course is comprehensive and designed to cover the key topics listed under the curriculum. If you haven’t tried Facebook Ads to promote your business or app, you’re missing out!
Because of their low cost, amazing targeting options and huge reach there has never been a faster and more predictable way to grow a business online!
Social Media is the new word of mouth and has replaced traditional communication mediums in recent years. Most people are only scratching the surface on the interesting things they can do with these social media websites.
This complete course will take you step by step from creating your first ad to running advanced campaigns.
Inside the course, you’ll learn how to:
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