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The answer to “Never Enough Time” September 6, 2010

Filed under: Workshops — Rebecca Coleman @ 8:20 am
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I’ve been doing a lot of workshops lately. For the most part, I do one-day workshops. The first part starts off with the theory of social media marketing, and then we move into each of the big social media platforms, and how you can use them as a marketing tool for your art practice.

After every single one of these workshops, I always think “I wish I had more time.” Often, in feedback comments, I get “I wish there was more time.”

Well, there’s finally a solution. I am teaching a 7-week course at Emily Carr University of Art and Design (does this make me a professor??). Starting Monday, September 13, I will be teaching a course called Finding Your Social Medium. What this is going to allow me to do is, is to really help people on the level that they need to set up all the details of their social media marketing plan. I’ll be able to walk them through, step-by-step (the class is in a computer lab) how to get a Twitter account, how to get a Facebook page, and how to populate and use these mediums at marketing tools.

The Emily Carr Campus

Needless to say, I’m stoked.

Additionally, the lovely folks at ECUAD are offering my followers a 10% discount when the mention the phrase “get connected” when you register.

Hope to see some of you there.

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2 Responses to “The answer to “Never Enough Time””

  1. Deb Pickman Says:

    They are so lucky to have you Rebecca! I mean, Professor Coleman 😉

  2. Mary Says:

    So awesome, “Professor” Coleman! I wish I could come sit in your classroom!


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