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Pay only $29 for this 30-hour social media marketing bundle

Take on advertising, streaming, influencer marketing and more in this social media education.
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April 17, 2019
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Long gone are the days when billboards and lazily-placed advertisements were a company's preferred method of marketing. Now, a variety of social media services—including Facebook, YouTube and Instagram—have made it easy to target specific consumers in order to sell and innovate new products and services.

If you want to enter the competitive field of online marketing, you're going to need more than just a baseline understanding of how these platforms work. The Silicon Valley Social Media Marketing Skills Bundle will teach you how to make the most out of these increasingly lucrative platforms, and it's on sale for over 95 percent off at just $29.

With thirty hours of training that covers everything from targeted advertising to streaming content and influencer marketing, this bundle is ideal for anyone who wants to work in online marketing.

You'll learn how to build and promote viral clips on YouTube, create captivating videos that attract new customers on Facebook, craft images and content that can be used to sell everything from sneakers to subscriptions on Instagram, write emails on MailChimp that will keep your customers loyal and more. There's even a module that focuses exclusively on how to make the most of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in your marketing efforts.

While the Silicon Valley Social Media Marketing Skills Bundle sports $1,000 worth of content, you can get it on sale today for over 95 percent off, just $29.

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