*FREE WEBINAR* Creating A Social Media Content Strategy That Works

Excalibur Press

This is a free event
Content Webinar
We'll look at how to create great social media content and find out what Excalibur Press does to effectively create campaigns for clients.

25th March | 3pm



In this session attendees will find out the importance of creating a content strategy and how to effectively plan and develop your content without spending too much time on it. 


Tina Calder from Excalibur Press and The Content Club will not just reveal the inside secrets of how her team works but she'll reveal tips, tricks and secrets to what makes good content work.


In this webinar you will learn:


  • What social platforms you should be considering for your business and why

  • What digital platforms you might not have thought of

  • Why your website is a key part of your content strategy and what to do if you don't have one

  • The quickest way to create and develop content

  • How to develop and operate a content calendar

  • Where to get ideas for your content

  • What tools you might need to create great content

  • Lots of top tips, tricks, techniques and secrets from behind the scenes at Excalibur Press


About Tina

Northern Ireland's Content Queen, Tina Calder is a journalist and commentator of 20 years, a publicist of 12 and a multi-platform media professional. The Belfast entrepreneur owns publicity management agency Excalibur Press based in the city's Cathedral Quarter.

From travelling across the UK and Ireland as a showbiz reporter, publicist and tour manager to becoming an award winning business journalist, Tina uses her varied and colourful career experiences to deliver bespoke publicity and communications strategies.

Tina is also the founder and creator of The Content Club a blog which offers a wealth of resources, webinars and downloadables to help businesses with their marketing and communications.

To put it bluntly she'll show you how to get stuff done!

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