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Social Marketing Mastery: 5 Skills You Need to Get Promoted by the End of 2020

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You’re probably seeing a lot of content about setting your business goals for 2020. And that’s a good thing. But we want to put the focus on YOU. We asked ourselves, what would a social media manager need to do to get promoted by the end of the year? 

Our January webinar, the first in our Social Marketing Mastery series, is all about curating a personal career plan for 2020. We want you to walk away with the confidence of leadership and more buy-in for your social plans. 

Emmy award-winning Social media and Content Strategist Paul Balcerak, of Copacino + Fujikado, joined Sprout’s very own Skylar Piro to give you a step-by-step guide for nabbing that promotion. 

Sign up to learn the secrets to:

  • Mentally preparing and building a strong foundation
  • Setting the right goals and finalizing strategies
  • Tracking yourself like the brands you manage 
  • Becoming a reporting master 
  • Building your network 

Bonus: Join and we’ll provide you with our career growth template. Fill it out and keep it as a reminder of what you need to do to succeed.  

The Presenters

Paul Balcerak

Senior Social Media  & Content Strategist
Copacino + Fujikado

Paul Balcerak is the Sr. Social Media & Content Strategist for Copacino+Fujikado, an independent ad agency in Seattle. He has developed social strategies and campaigns for clients such as Seattle Children's Hospital, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates and Simon Malls, and has won Northwest regional Emmy and Addy awards for his work.

Skylar Piro

Manager, Enterprise Customer Success
Sprout Social

Skylar Piro manages the Enterprise Customer Success team at Sprout Social, leading her team with a customer-first mentality and bridging the gap between product and customers. When she is not nerding out on data, you can find her playing soccer, snowboarding or improving her self-proclaimed green thumb. @skylarpiro