Digital Drop-In Free Monthly Webinar

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September 4, 2019 • 12:10-1pm

How to Say No to Facebook and Still Build a Strong, Active Social Following

The webinar begins promptly at 12:10 PM. Please log on starting at noon to make sure your audio and video is working. All webinars are recorded live and recordings are shared the day after the webinar via email.


Registration closes at 10am the day of the webinar.


Every month JB Media Institute students and the public can attend a live call with co-founders and instructors Sarah Benoit and Justin Belleme. Sometimes they will also invite other experts to be special guests. Join us to learn about tips, best practices, strategic ideas, and creative campaigns that reach, engage, and convert your audiences in customers, supporters, donors, and more.

How to Say No to Facebook and Still Build a Strong, Active Social Following

Marketing professionals or business advisors frequently say brands and businesses HAVE to have a presence on Facebook, but is that really true? Is Facebook the only viable option for brands, companies, and organizations? 

Let’s imagine a world where there is more to life than Facebook and where there are many other platforms where people are engaging. BUT WAIT! We don’t have to imagine…that world exists right here and right now! 

In this month’s Digital Drop-in JB Media Institute’s lead instructor Sarah Benoit will talk about the different ways brands can get social and make connections with potential and existing customers. 

Join us and: 

  • Review the pros and cons of Facebook. 
  • Find out what new platforms are trending. 
  • Learn what audiences are gravitating to to other social communities. 
  • Discover new opportunities on platforms you may not have considered in the past.  

Register for September’s free Digital Drop-in webinar below!

Downloadable copies of all presentations and a recording of the webinar will be made available after the call.


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