How LinkedIn & Email Marketing Can Lead to More Customers

Tampa, FL

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Presented by Ken Countess, Managing Director

If you're interested in social media for your business but don't know where to start, or - you already are using social media but aren't sure you're "doing it right" - join us for this informative, interactive seminar that will demystify the marketing channels th
at no business should ignore.

Focused on LinkedIn and EMail Marketing and presented by Ken Countess, one of the nation's foremost experts, there's absolutely no sales pitch... just great information that will enable you to catapult your business to the next level.

You'll learn:

  •     Why all 100 of Fortune 100 companies use LinkedIn
  •     How over 2,600,000 companies are using LinkedIn to find customers
  •     How companies use LinkedIn to be found
  •     How to expand your visibility on LinkedIn
  •     What email marketing is, and what it isn't
  •     Tips and techniques for email marketing best practices
  •     How often to communicate with your audience
  •     How to get readers to take action
  •     How to get your email to the inbox — and then opened
  •      . . .and more!


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