Pennsylvania DECA Hosts FREE Social Media Workshops

Pennsylvania DECA Hosts FREE Social Media Workshops

If you've ever checked out social media, you might say that PA DECA's tweets are ?. But how can you tweet like the pros and get your chapter's name out there?

As part of an effort to give back to local communities and provide chapters with the resources they need to succeed, Alex Mellott, Chief Executive Officer of Clearpoint Business Group, LLC., will be presenting free webinars for DECA members to learn about how to market their chapter on social media, improve their online presence, and get followers that LOVE to come back for more.

"It's like learning how to be the Wendy's of DECA" - Max Lucas, PA State President

Clearpoint Business Group, LLC. will be holding social media workshops throughout the 2017-2018 DECA year. In this hour-long workshop, you'll learn strategies to grow your followers, engage your fans, and promote your chapter's name across the internet. Best of all, you'll walk away with some free tools to get started! If that doesn't make things awesome, then this will: one lucky member from each session will get FREE social media tracking for a year. You'll be able to track the growth of your chapter's social media presence on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube through an online dashboard.

Stay tuned to PA DECA on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat for dates and times as they are announced.

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