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Social Media Content Planning Training Workshop

Luan Wise

Do you have a clearly defined framework for the content you create and post on your social media accounts?

This group training workshop is for in-house or agency teams looking to improve their social media content planning process.


In this workshop we will:

  • Discuss your target audience, and what content will guide them along the customer journey
  • Review your existing content, and identify any gaps
  • Benchmark your existing content against industry competitors
  • Create a ‘next steps’ action plan

Social Media Platforms

This workshop can cover one or more of the following social media platforms:

  • LinkedIn
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Twitter
  • TikTok

Learning Style

My training style is a mix of presentation slides and facilitation.

Listening to feedback and learning from other attendees is valuable; when time permits breakout rooms will be used for discussions and practical exercises.

Ideal Training For

I have experience in delivering training for organisations across B2C, B2B, public sector and educational institutions.

This training is most suited to marketers, social media managers and content creators.

From 5 people to 500+, I can adapt the content to suit whatever size audience you prefer. However, for interaction and discussion around the topic I would recommend an optimum group size of 8-15.

How Much Does It Cost?

From £300+VAT

I charge per hour of training delivery (£300+VAT per hour), which covers all time spent planning and tailoring the course for your individual needs and level of experience.

I can deliver this topic as a one-off session, or a series of sessions to match your learning and development needs, and budget.

All training can be delivered effectively via Zoom or Teams. If you would prefer face-to-face training, travel time and expenses will be charged in addition to the training delivery fee.

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