New York City, May 24th, 2012: Marketing on the Social Web has grown increasingly important, yet continues to be a challenging area for many businesses. Whether you are a business owner, marketing director, marketing consultant, or are looking to sharpen your online marketing skills, this social media course is for you.
“Examining Social Media Networks for Brand Value” is a core course in the Digital Marketing Certificate program offered by NYU. This course will cover the latest social properties and its relationship to brands, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Tout, and many more. The course will start on Thursday May 24th, and will run for five more sessions on Thursday evenings. It will be held at the Midtown Campus in New York City.
Director of New Media at Path Interactive, and the course instructor, Ruben Quinones says, “I’ve been instructing this course for over two years, and its amazing how much it
changes each time I teach it. It’s why I include techniques that students can use beyond the classroom to keep up with this fast paced industry. I look forward to not only instructing, but learning from my students who always happen to be a very diverse group in the Digital Marketing Program.”
Path will be instructing some upcoming courses this summer affiliated with the Digital Marketing program at NYU, including Search Engine Optimization in June, and a Facebook Marketing Course in July.
To learn about a current Social Media Marketing at class being taught at NYU, be sure to check out the latest post.
About Path Interactive
Path Interactive is a leading New York search engine marketing providing results oriented campaigns for national, regional & local business clients. Path employs a unique approach to pay per click search management, Display ad management, search engine optimization, and social media marketing. Our team draws its strength from a diverse mix of media professionals, whose expertise spans both the traditional and new media as well as experience in both local and national markets.
To register for this course, visit the NYU SCPS “Registration Page”
To learn about courses that are currently being taught this fall, be sure to check out this posting.