Creating a Facebook page for your business or community group

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When: Monday 18 July from 11:00 am – 12.15pm

Where:  City of Tea Tree Gully Library

Facebook logo It seems that everybody is on Facebook nowadays.

In addition to socialising online with your friends, Facebook can be a very effective vehicle to keep in regular contact with your business’s customers or members of your community group.

You can use your Facebook page to promote products and events, attract a new clientele and build relationships and goodwill with your existing customer or membership base.

If you are you interested in starting a Facebook Page for your business or community group, this free session will teach you the steps involved in creating a Facebook page and how to market to your audience.

Perhaps you have questions you want answered such as:

¨ Can I assign someone else to help manage my page?

¨ What is the best strategy to grow my page?

¨ Should I pay Facebook to advertise my business or community group?

Then this is the course for you!  Bookings are essential and can be made online.  Or telephone 8397 7333.

 

 

Career Counselling at the library

Seeking a career change? Been out of the workforce for a while and no idea how to re-enter? Got too much energy to retire? Don’t know where to start?

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Career Counsellors from Northern Futures Inc. are in the library every Tuesday and Thursday, from 10am-4pm.
They can help you with:

  • Assisting in career selection
  • Graduates looking for career guidance and advice on their employment option
  • Individuals considering post-graduate study and seeking advice on courses
  • Discussion around the ‘right career’ if unsure about current career direction

Please phone 1800 619 933 to make an appointment or phone 0450 694 850 if you have a general enquiry.

Note: The service is also available from Golden Grove Shopping Centre on Fridays and the Northern Futures building in Salisbury on other days.

For more information visit the Northern Futures website http://www.northernfutures.org.au