Don’t be left out of the conversation!

Interested in ramping up your social media presence this year? Be sure to sign up for the Social Media Content Production and Amplification Workshop powered by TELUS at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops on April 1.

If your goal is to get more people talking about your destination, restaurant or business, then you don’t want to miss this inspiring and educational session.

You’ll learn from leading content producers and social media personalities how to reach and engage with your target audience in a more meaningful way through such social media platforms as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.

Sign up for one two-hour experience or all three sessions.

Here’s a sneak peek at what you’ll learn:

Better storytelling: Miss 604, (aka Rebecca Bollwitt) an award-winning blogger, wrote the book on how to gain more followers with informative content. She’ll discuss what works when it comes to seeking the audience that you want. "It’s 2016 and, whether you are engaged or not, there is a conversation happening online about your company. So you might as well be a part of it."

Snappier photos: The globetrotting Jeff Bartlett is a pro at what he does -taking amazing photos – but also at sharing his tips to help others do the same. Jeff is as passionate about showcasing his favourite places as he is about inspiring others to do the same about their most cherished experiences and places.  He’ll share valuable insights on how he’s grown his Instagram account from 200 to 140,000 followers in just under two years.

Moving pictures: Videos don’t have to be fancy or long, says Chris Wheeler, but they have to be fun if you want people to be engaged. Learn from this accomplished videographer and social media expert on how to create in-the-moment mini-movies, using nothing more than your smartphone. 

Register here with our partner Seekers Media. (http://seekers-media.com/smartphone-kamloops.html)

Cost is $10+GST or $25+GST for the full day workshop that includes lunch.  Space is limited and it will sell out.