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Digital Marketing Course Aimed at Farmers, Ranchers and Producers

Digital Marketing for Cooperatives: Anatomy of social media

Position yourself in the different digital channels to position your brand and effectively promote your products and services.
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Certificate of Completion
100% online course
Intermediate  level
Over 14* hours of content
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Are you ready to innovate and apply digital marketing in your business?

Are you a member of a cooperative, association or entrepreneur and would like to implement an innovative and effective digital marketing that allows you to promote your products or services? Are you a farmer, rancher or producer looking for something new and fun that will help you to make yourself known and have more promotion options in the digital world? Then this is your opportunity to learn something new, which will help you learn about digital trends, update and access new promotion and sales options for your organization or business.

What will you learn?

Set up the most important digital asset accounts for your company or business

How to have a social media presence to help you position your brand

Use the tools for the creation, production and edition of digital content.

Current trends for doing business through digital channels and increasing sales

Meet your instructors

Andrea Quispe
Digital Marketing Expert
Member of the NCBA CLUSA Peru team, specialized in digital marketing for coffee and cocoa cooperatives. Content creator for social networks and graphic designer.

Expand your consolidation and growth strategies to the Internet, position your brand and get ready to access the next level.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Digital Marketing for Cooperatives: Anatomy of social media course?

The Digital Marketing course consists of 6 online training modules, which addresses strategies and techniques to promote products or services online through various digital platforms.

Can only farmers and ranchers participate?

The course is oriented to people oriented to those production activities within the United States, since the promoter is USDA, but it is also available for those who are oriented to other types of activities.

Does the course cost anything and how can I pay for it?

The course is completely free of charge and no fee is required. The scholarship is provided by the USDA and USAID to participate in SBC training programs. To obtain a scholarship, simply apply to the scholarship program available.

How can I apply for a Scholarship?

The course is completely free of charge and no fee is required. The scholarship is provided by the USDA and USAID to participate in SBC training programs. To obtain a scholarship, simply apply to the scholarship program available.

What are the requirements to receive a scholarship?

Generally, to apply for a scholarship, you must complete an application form provided during the registration process. To be eligible, you must be registered on the CBS platform.

Are there any restrictions to participate in the course?

In most cases, there are no restrictions, unless the course is geared towards a specialized subject, such as accounting, agriculture, commerce, etc.

How long does the course last?

The duration of the course will vary depending on the amount of time the scholarship recipient dedicates to the course, but it is generally estimated that it can be completed in approximately one month.

How will I access the course material?

The course material will be available for download in the Virtual Classroom. In addition, in the Resources section of the Platform, you will be able to access various resources for reading, consultation and applications.

Will certificates be awarded upon completion of the course?

Certificates will be awarded only to those who have satisfactorily completed all the activities of the modules that make up the course and who have the corresponding certificates.

What is expected of course participants?

Participants are expected to perform the assigned activities, attend the scheduled sessions to resolve doubts, interact in the discussions or community forums and comply with the established rules of conduct.

What are the scheduled hours of operation?

Scheduled office hours are scheduled times when instructors or tutors will be available to answer questions, receive projects, provide follow-up and offer additional information or new courses to scholarship recipients.

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