Introduction To Twitter Marketing And Advertising Certification

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The Twitter Advertising Certification Training course is created by Twitter in partnership with Simplilearn to create a structured learning solution to help businesses grow their customer base and effectively engage with the online community using Twitter Ads. Using Twitter Ads strategically can have significant benefits for businesses—growing their customer base, amplifying their marketing reach, and building their brand in a way that truly impacts the bottom line. From content strategy to best practices and analytics, Edric Subur from Twitter’s Small to Medium Businesses Marketing team will demonstrate the power of Twitter Ads.

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