Reeling Them In; Influencer Do’s and Dont's
If you are thinking about becoming a social media influencer – join us to find out more about ‘The influencer world’ and pick up tips to help you get started.
In this session, we will be discussing things from reels to giveaways and helping you to plan your activity to give you the best chance of success.
We will be looking at:
o The social media world & different types of influencers
o Finding your niche
o Choosing & optimising your platforms
o Creating & posting content
o Making money
o Staying relevant
- You must be aged 18-25
- You must be thinking of starting a business or recently started
- Must be living or studying in Wales, and intend to start the business in Wales.
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