How to spend LESS on marketing and get better results

Tampa, FL

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Presented by Steven Placey, President, Rock Your Business®, Inc.

Bring your own Lunch and Learn how to spend LESS on marketing and get better results   In this innovative, interactive talk, we will show you how your business can double or triple the ROI from every dollar spent on Marketing, SEO and Social Media.

These systems (some of them automated) have created millions of dollars in new revenues for companies large and small – for B2B and B2C.

We’ll show you how to:

- Spend less on marketing and get more results

- Create more qualified prospects

- Automated systems that work for you 24/7

- Get more client referrals and more!

 If you want to spend less and make more, then register for this session today! Limited seating…

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