The Geneva Communicators Network is pleased to announce our next lunchtime seminar on Friday 9 November 2018.

How to use Facebook Ads to increase your organisation’s visibility

With the enormous volume of content published on social media every day, many organisations struggle to be seen and heard by their target audiences. Visibility on Facebook can be particularly tough to crack due to the changing algorithms and diminishing organic reach. So how can you effectively reach your audience without breaking the bank? Facebook Ads can be a very cost-effective promotion tool but they need to be done right to bring the best results for your budget.

In this lunchtime seminar, you will learn how to master Facebook Ads and will walk away with actionable tips on how to more effectively promote your organisation to your target audience.

Seminar objectives: 

  • Understand how to use Facebook Ads strategically to increase visibility of your organisation
  • Learn what aspects of Facebook Ad creation are most critical and how to make your ads more effective
Date: Friday 9 November 2018
Time: 12h30 to 14h00
Location: The Swiss Press Club, Route de Ferney 106, La Pastorale, 1202 Geneva.
Fee: CHF 30.- per person includes drinks and snacks

Please register online >>

About the speaker: 

Ekaterina (Kat) Filippova, is an Online Visibility Expert for entrepreneurs and Founder of eKat Communication. Kat works with small business owners who don’t know how to position themselves to get clients or how to increase their online visibility.
She helps them build an image online that reflects them as the experts that they really are, which gets them clients, money and confidence to run their business effectively.
Before embarking on the exciting journey of running her own business, Kat spent 8 years at a multinational medical technology company. She held a variety of European roles, responsible for communication to 1’600 employees.
Kat has 11 years of communication experience and holds an MA in media and communication. She works in English, French and Russian and is a frequent speaker and trainer on social media and communication and board member of the Geneva Communicators Network.