How to Create “Killer Content” for Social Media and your Website

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On Wednesday, Nov. 3, learn “How to Create ‘Killer Content’ for Social Media and your Websites.”

The free online live event, from 10 to 11 a.m.., is hosted by SCORE Workshop Presenter Judith Lee, an experienced communications professional, freelance writer, and marketing consultant. 

Even if you do not consider yourself to be a writer or artist, you can learn how to create content that will engage prospects and optimize your business’s ranking on search engines (SEO). That “killer content” also will raise your visibility in the marketplaces.

We’ve all heard that “Content is King,” but what does that mean?

Original content is what Google and all search engines are looking for when they rank websites and social media sites. The more original content you have on your social media and your website, the higher your business will rank in organic searches of the World Wide Web.

This SCORE seminar will show you where professional content creators go for ideas, information, photos, and videos, and then put it all together to create original content.

About the Presenter

Judith Lee is a Certified SCORE Presenter who provides SCORE seminars at libraries and Chambers of Commerce in Chester and Delaware counties.

She has focused on Social Media as an effective and affordable tool that “levels the playing field” for small businesses. Her clients include small business owners, health care professionals, and non-profit groups.

Click here to register.

About SCORE

SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer business experts. It is dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals.

Make a difference as a SCORE volunteer.

Since 1964, it has provided education and mentorship to more than 11 million entrepreneurs nationwide.

SCORE Chester and Delaware Counties has been operating since 1985. It has 100 dedicated volunteers today. They provide confidential mentoring at no charge. They offer business seminars, workshops, and webinars to benefit the local community.

SCORE is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and a resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA).

Find out more about SCORE by clicking here. 

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