This course will give anybody with an interest in the arts a strong understanding of how social media is fundamental to promoting the arts in our contemporary environment. You will learn why marketing is important to the arts. In this course, you will gain a broad conceptual understanding of overall marketing theories as well as practical skills in using the latest marketing concepts and tools.
The social media toolkit allows artists and arts managers to effectively identify their target audience, communicate with that audience, and promote their work in both broad and narrow ways. The course covers core marketing principles, which are essential to any individual striving to promote any work or service. The course then moves into social media topics such as Website strategy, blogging and microblogging, Facebook and Twitter strategies, video campaigns and mobile marketing tactics.
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Participants gain the knowledge, experience and practical skills to immediately apply their learning in a real-world environment.
This convenient, online program is designed for artists, arts managers or anybody in an arts-centric position. This course will be helpful for those who would like to move into an arts-related field from a different field, as well. Visual artists, fine artists, performing artists, museum or gallery administrators, and arts managers will all find this course beneficial.
This online Mini-MBA™ certificate program helps participants design, manage, and track social media campaigns for the arts, artists, or artistic endeavors. It provides the theory behind social media and explores the levers that influence its effectiveness. Participants will gain practical skills and learn the latest technical tools through online exercises and hands-on projects.
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The Rutgers online Mini-MBA™: Social Media Marketing certificate program features an innovative online learning environment, supported by a highly qualified team of Rutgers faculty mentors.
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