Jan 20, 2010 · 10:00 AM
If you are struggling to figure out how to use Social Media Marketing to grow your business, don’t stick your head in the sand and hide! We can help you learn how to leverage this easy and exciting way of driving traffic to your business to increase sales of your products and services!
...BUT I'M TOO BUSY!
We've heard that one before! Social Media Marketing does take time and effort - just like every type of marketing does - but I'd like for you to ask yourself these questions:
Do your best leads come from referrals?
Do you participate in business networking events?
Do people in your circle not really "get" what you do?
If you answered YES to any of those questions, Social Media Marketing can and will help your business -- if you do it right.
Don’t waste another moment aimlessly exploring the different sites and experimenting, but not experiencing any real success! We can help you use networking sites to pinpoint the exact people most likely to want your products or services without having to pay for lists and spend even more money mailing or e-mailing to them.
Join us for this information-rich, no-nonsense 60-minute online session, an Intro to the Art of Social Media Marketing on Wednesday, January 6th at 10:00am Pacific Time. For just 60-minutes of your time, you will learn:
- How Social Media Marketing Can Help You Grow Your Business Exponentially
- The 3 Missing Links to a successful Social Media Marketing plan that most business fail to do
- How to Fast Track Results for Your Online Marketing Efforts through Social Networking
- Which Social Networking Sites Will Help You the Most with Your Specific Goals
- How to Develop a Plan that Helps You Achieve Your Goals Efficiently and Effectively
- Etiquette Tips that will Prevent You From Failing Before You Even Start
Register now for the January 6th Webinar with coupon code "LEARN" get in to this LIVE overview training for free! (Regular price $39)
Register at: www.artofsocialmarketing.com
Mark your calendar for Wed, January 6th at 10 a.m. Pacific / Noon Central / 1:00 Eastern.