Use visual social media to engage lifelong learning customers

Wed, Dec 04,2013 @ 12:00 PM
by Suzanne Kart |

Continuing education and lifelong learning programs already use the “Big Three” of social media – Facebook, Inbound-Conference-533Twitter, and LinkedIn – to market their classes. However, the increasing popularity of visual blogging sites Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram make them a prime way to reach your key audiences and show them why they should be registering for your course.

In this webinar, presented at 2 p.m. ET on Wednesday, Jan. 15, you’ll discover:

  • How Pinterest, Tumblr, and Instagram are unique and how they differ from other social media platforms
  • How other continuing education and lifelong learning programs are using these sites to promote their programs
  • The best practices – and most time-efficient ways – to get started
  • And more! 

Your presenter, Kathryn Will, is an expert in social media, content creation and curating, as well as inbound marketing. Currently a project coordinator at LERN, she also spent five years working in online media at Michigan’s largest news and information source,

All LERN Webinars are archived, and will be sent out to those who have pre-registered for the Webinar. 

Click here to register.

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