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Our July 2015 event saw a very informative presentation from Samantha Riley, the Accelerant Group on “How To Run An Instagram Campaign For Your Business”.

Instagram is like facebook when it first started. According to Samantha and as Instagram is follower and visually driven, it is best to post high quality images and content that cultivates emotional link to your brand. Creating hashtags for your post will help people find you when they search for posts related to your topic. And if you do start developing a community, make sure that you actively engage with those in your community as well as those outside who may have potential interest in your brand.

Glyn Conlon from Keystone Interaction Skills shared with us five simple and yet effective transformative communication skills to help us communicate more effectively with our business colleagues, family and friends.

Our thank you to the Beach Club Collaroy for the wonderful venue and to Karen Newall from Karen Newall Photography for the great photos.

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Samantha Riley, The Accelerant Group

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Glyn Conlon, Keystone Interaction Skills

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Robert Leroux, Samantha Riley & Glyn Conlon

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Contact:
Robert Leroux, Convenor, The Northern Beaches Network
Director, iSapience Digital & BPOE: rl@isapience.net

 

 

 

 

 

 

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