Facebook Marketing Course NYC

Avatar Sara Molnick November 12, 2012 Category Agency News

New York City Facebook Marketing class, one of the courses in New York University’s Certificate in Digital Media Marketing, is being offered at NYU this fall. With close to a billion users, developing a professional Facebook page has become an essential element to a company’s marketing campaigns.

Facebook Marketing NYCThe Facebook Marketing course will be held on Thursday evenings from November 29 to December 20 at the Washington Square location from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Ruben Quinones, Director of New Media at Path Interactive and the instructor of this course, will discuss topics such as the latest changes to the Facebook platform, and other critical elements such as Facebook page elements, Facebook content marketing strategies, audience messaging and segmentation, Facebook ads, and lessons learned from other campaigns.

Facebook Marketing Instructor

Ruben Quinones

“It’s an honor to be teaching this course, and I look forward to another course where I can share my experiences with others who are in the field or seeking a position in the digital space” Ruben says. Path Interactive will also be facilitating two SEO courses, a Social Media course and four additional Facebook Marketing courses, which are all a part of the Digital Marketing Certificate Program.

 

To register for this Facebook marketing course and to learn more about NYU’s Digital Marketing certificate program, go to the registration page.

 

About Path Interactive Path Interactive is a leading New York search engine marketing providing results targeted campaigns for national, regional & local business brands. Path employs a unique approach to paid search management, organic site 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.

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