My NEW Online Class: Instagram and Pinterest for Small Business

Ever since launching my first class a few weeks ago (learn more about 101: Developing your Brand’s Aesthetic), I have been literally tied to my laptop getting the second one ready… and today is the day! I am beyond proud and excited to introduce 201: Instagram and Pinterest for Small Business – Create and Grow Your Online Social Media Presence With Confidence today. I’ve created a curriculum that puts the power back in your hands, teaching you how to turn your social media platforms into powerful tools to connect with your audience, gain brand recognition, and increase sales… and it is SO good.

AND if you purchase a class before 12:01 AM Monday 4/27, we will donate $50 of each sale to Feeding America!

Learn All About Instagram & Pinterest for Small Business from My New Online Class!

I wanted to share a bit more info about the classes today, but if you have any additional questions, please leave a comment and I will respond! (I ask that you leave a comment because that helps others see my response to it, as opposed to over DM or email.)

Who is this class for?

From optimizing profiles to scheduling content, this course teaches small business owners like you how to use Pinterest and Instagram to grow your brand and business. I modeled this class after a few of the small businesses I’ve helped over the years, like jewelry makers and local boutiques and wineries. My goal is for this social media class to help small businesses with a physical product who are looking to expand into a national audience (Pinterest is huge for this). Also, I’d love to help interior designers who want to build an audience for their designs and inspiration. This course is meant to be taken with 101: Developing your Brand’s Aesthetic but it is not required.

Notes about the pricing

Let’s address the elephant in the room… Although my school has been in the making for a long time, a lot has changed in the last couple of months. As a small business owner myself, I get it and my goal has always been to help small businesses feel empowered. That is more important now than ever before. I split the class into two sessions so that I could lower the price and be more budget-conscious. I’ve also added payment installments. I definitely want to help you during this uncertain time, so please message me and we can go from there. 

What’s next?

But wait, THERE’S MORE! I’m really excited for the next installment of The Jojotastic School of Social Media. Coming soon, we’ll have individual checklists for makers, wedding photographers, florists, and interior designers. These guides will be full of industry-specific advice to help you build your brand and drive results!  From how to get noticed by publications to tools that help streamline your process, these checklists are a great way to audit your process and implement strategies that deliver. 

Thank you all so much for your support. I cannot wait to see how you flourish with my tips and tricks! And if you sign up, be sure to share your progress with #SchoolOfJojotastic so I can see. 

Behind The Blog

Joanna Hawley-McBride is a Pacific Northwest-based social media strategist, content creator, and former textile designer. Joanna is the founder and editor-in-chief of Jojotastic, a lifestyle blog focused on Joanna’s work-in-progress cabin, finding the best pair of underwear through #UnderwearThesis, and empowering women to explore nature — all in her signature unfiltered style. Her work has been featured in Domino, CNBC, and Eating Well.

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