San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Not sure where to start with social media? You are not alone. Many businesses struggle with identifiying their strategy and goals.
In this information filled session, Jean Baliko will guide you through everything social; how to get it implemented and ideas on how to track it to show the results so that you can make informed marketing decisions.
- Social Media Campaigns
- Email and Online Marketing Campaigns
- Campaign Management
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
About Our Speaker
Jean Baliko, President of Marketing Metrics Simplified, is an expert in investigating metrics for online marketing, including social media, and delivering easy to understand action plans to increase your revenues.
Jean received her certification from the University of British Columbia for Web Analytics, is a SuccessWorks Certified SEO Content Expert, is HubSpot trained and is a member of the Digital Analytics Association, American Writers and Artists and the Professional Writers Alliance.
Jean is also a Mastermind Leader for NAWBO South Jersey.
When & Where
NAWBO South Jersey
Chartered in 2003, The National Association of Women Business Owners - South Jersey is a vibrant, professional group of women who come together to connect, learn and grow through networking and educational events. NAWBO SJ strives to help women business owners and women in business to succeed, to grow, and to thrive. They offer events and membership opportunities in Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, Cumberland, Salem, Atlantic, Cape May and portions of Mercer counties. Website: http://nawbosouthjersey.org/
About NAWBO National
The National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO), headquartered in the Washington, DC metropolitan area, is the only dues-based national organization representing the interests of all women entrepreneurs in all types of businesses. The organization currently has over 80 chapters. NAWBO traces its origins to a small group of Washington, DC business women who began meeting informally in the spring of 1975 to talk about mutual experiences, exchange information and develop business skills. Recognizing the value of the group, they incorporated as the National Association of Women Business Owners on July 5, 1975. Two years later they began recruiting members from across the country, and in 1978 the first chapters were formed.
Founding NAWBO National President Susan Hager liked to say, “Get a seat at the table or build your own table, and make sure to include other women at that table.”
Getting a seat at the table and including other women there has been the mission of NAWBO for the last 40 years. We make it our business to ensure women business owners and entrepreneurs have a strong voice with policy makers and public officials who are making decisions which impact our businesses, our ability to succeed and our bottom line.