Facebook Intensive Class – Computer Class, 1 Day

Dates: Monday August 29th. Know a friend who might like the course? Please pass on!

Workshop Facilitator: Laurel was named in 2012 by Forbes magazine in the Top 50 Social Media Influencers globally, and Marketing Magazine named her “Head of Industry, Social Media”. Author of Social Media Revenue, Laurel has consulted globally including with Singapore Government and Middle East Broadcasting, and in Australia, with Westpac, Sony, local, State and Federal Government. Laurel is the CEO of The Community Crew managing massive gaming and online communities including Facebook and forums for reality TV shows such as Junior Masterchef. Since 2005, Laurel has been teaching online community management at the University of Sydney and she has been managing virtual communities since 1989. Laurel’s blog laurelpapworth.com has been named by AdAge in the Power150 media blogs worldwide and she is in the top 10 bloggers for Australia. Laurel has 40,000+ followers on Twitter, and 25,000 on Google Plus. Find out more about Laurel Papworth on her website.

If you would like to have a course run inhouse for your organisation or conference, please email us.

Please contact Cheryll at pa@laurelpapworth.com for direct debit information, or testimonials, more information etc. Other Training? Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, Foursquare, 2 hour, 1/2 day and full day classes. More social media courses are available here

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Are you looking for a social media course? Facebook Timeline, Twitter, Google Plus for Business Pages, Pinterest, Foursquare, blogging? Here are a list of current and upcoming courses and social media training in Australia, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and other locations. Facebook, Twitter, google plus education by a well known and respected social media consultant Laurel Papworth

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