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NYC Facebook Marketing Session at The NYXPO

Joe Rega April 23, 2012 Category Agency News

New York, April 23rd – New York Digital Agency, Path Interactive will have on of it’s own, Ruben Quinones, presenting on some of the latest facebook marketing techniques that businesses are using with success.  This is 7th Annual NYXPO and will now be held in a two day format at the Jacob Javits Center starting May 2nd 2012.  The session, a sample from an NYC Facebook marketing course at NYU, will be held at 11:00 AM on Wednesday May 2nd.

 This session will include

  • Custom Applications to provide a Fan page with richer content and design.
  • Engagement on Facebook: What is it? And how do we measure it? Comments, mentions, increase in fan activity, etc.
  • Review the most important ingredients to implement in a Facebook Marketing strategy.
  • Intro to Facebook Ads: How to use them, when should they be used.
  • Facebook metrics and analytics: Take a look at how to understand Facebook insights and take action on trends and feedback received.
Register today and make sure to use your promo code (Speaker15) to gain free admission.










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