Three-hour workshop in the everyday use of social media
Features video sharing, blogging and social pages
Jargon-free teaching style
Run at London School of Economics
The Fine Print
Validity: Valid 26, 27, 29 June, 24, 27, 31 July, 25, 26, 28 September, 26, 20, 31 October, 27, 28, 30 November and 7 December 2013. Purchase: Limit 1 per person. May buy up to 3 additional as gifts. Redemption: Booking required online via http://unleashyourgenius.org/booking. 48-hour cancellation policy. Present Groupon voucher on arrival. Further information: Must be 12 or older. Under 16s must be accompanied by a paying adult. Original value verified 4 June 2013 at 6.27pm.
The social media master-class from Unleash Your Genius aims to transform web rookies into experts in one three-hour swoop. The course will cover the likes of making and sharing hard-hitting videos, and how to get a blog up and running. With hints and tips in general online social skills too, customers are sure to be ruling the computer world in no time.
Groupon finds out more about what goes on at Unleash Your Genius.
What is Unleash Your Genius all about? The company is dedicated to helping people create a powerful social media and web presence, whether they simply want to share their hobbies or aim to use the web as an effective business tool. In the Unleash Your Creative Genius course, the tutors unravel the mysteries of the internet and strive to explain its power as a marketing tool.
What kind of things will clients learn? People attending the course will learn about creating and uploading videos, and harbouring the powers of video sharing sites. The sessions will also touch on how to use specific content management systems to create a blog, as well as adding personal embellishments and maintaining the site with ease. Finally, guests will be privy to the secrets of social media, discovering how to get as many followers as possible and keep them interested.
How are the sessions structured? The course lasts three hours, with a maximum of 35 people per session. The workshop covers video, blogging and social media, with each avoiding jargon and clearing up confusion with simple and fluff-free language. The London classes run at the London School of Economics, less than a ten-minute walk from both Holborn and Temple underground stations.