In Episode 37 of Don’t Call Me A Guru, host Linda Hoang explores how social media has helped / is being used by local businesses during the pandemic, with guests Steve Brochu, owner/chef of Milk Crate Edmonton, Stephanie Ould, social media manager of the Edmonton Downtown Farmers’ Market, and Ellie Huang, who has been helping Chinatown restaurants get up and active on social media.
Steve, Stephanie and Ellie share their approaches to social media before and during the pandemic, their social media successes and challenges, and advice for other business owners or entrepreneurs hoping to get the most out of their social media efforts.
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