SOMERSET, KY – SKED offered its social media marketing course in Somerset, Ky., this spring. Classes were presented at the Hampton Inn.
Sixteen local residents participated in Be Boss Online training held in March and April. Following the 16-hour training course, each participant received certificates of completion.
Graduates include Jan Thomas of M&W Printing, Misty Phillips of Forcht Broadcasting, Nathan Arthur of All Around Termite & Pest, Nathan Nevels of the McCreary County Fiscal Court and Kelly Logan of Applex Outlet;
Johnny Flatt of Flatt Broke Signs, Samantha Tapley of Bradley’s Gourmet Coffee & More, Rebecca Utz, Jose Zapata of Old Creek Homestead, Alvina Maynard of River Hill Ranch, and Andrea Clue of First & Farmers Bank;
Jenn Bates of ProTrade Hardware, Alyssa Tyler of All Boats Service Center, Chris Roberts of Contractors of South-Central Kentucky, Frank Crabtree of We Build it Best and J.J. Wilson of Century 21 Advantage.
During BBO training, clients mastered: Google business search and services, Google and Facebook advertising, building a simple website, understanding analytics, and using social media.
We understand that time is a precious commodity for small business owners, so we provide this valuable information concisely and efficiently. By partnering with Be Boss Online, small business owners can stay ahead of the curve and remain competitive in the respective industries.Amanda Kelly, SKED SMall BusinESS Training Director
Be Boss Online provides a solution to teach business owners how to utilize digital marketing and social media to reach their customers. Be Boss Online is simple to use, innovative, flexible, comprehensive, and always current curriculum designed for organizations that provide technical assistance to business owners
SKED Small Business Training Director Amanda Kelly teaches the classes, along with Small Business Training Specialist Kyle Smith.
“Our simple, innovative, and comprehensive curriculum is designed to help business owners feel as confident about using the internet and social media as marketing tools as they are about managing their business,” Kelly said. The BBO curriculum is customizable and includes four courses, each three hours long, packed with valuable digital marketing how-to information that will produce results for small businesses. But clients are open to more than that lineup: The curriculum modules can be separated into one-hour lunch-and-learn sessions or even two-hour specialty courses on social media. It’s completely customizable to meet each client’s needs.
“Small business owners are often overwhelmed with the day-to-day operations of their businesses, and keeping up with the ever-evolving landscape of digital marketing can be daunting,” Kelly said. “This is where Be Boss Online comes in. SKED is dedicated to keeping small business owners informed of the latest updates and changes in social media marketing.”
“We understand that time is a precious commodity for small business owners, so we provide this valuable information concisely and efficiently. By partnering with Be Boss Online, small business owners can stay ahead of the curve and remain competitive in the respective industries.”
A single-day Be Boss Online class will be offered on May 30 in Paintsville, Ky., at the Johnson County Cooperative Extension Office, 826 F. M. Stafford Avenue, Paintsville, Ky. 41240-1252.
For more information about BBO and to register, contact Kelly at Amanda@bebossonline.com by phone at (606) 677-6119, or visit bebossonline.com