For Immediate Release
Public Relations Manager
Revive Your Business...Be Social!
Hosted by the African American United Fund
Philadelphia, PA, ---The African American United Fund, a 501(c)3 welcomes all to attend the non-exclusive Revive Your Business...Be Social! workshop, on Wednesday, May 6, 2009, 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. at the African American United Fund Conference Room, 2227 N Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Free will donations to The Fund may be made online via Paypal using email address, firstname.lastname@example.org, mailed to the African American United Fund, 2227 N Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19132 or presented at the workshop. This workshop will provide easy step-by-step instructions and give real-life scenarios for reaching customers online. If you can read, write and click, you should attend this workshop.
Twitter's online traffic, excluding cellphones, surged to
nearly 9.8 million unique visitors in February from 6.1 million in
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The social media for beginners workshop will answer the following questions:
* Why are original source-email campaigns are bad, bad, bad?
* How should you use the internet to find customers who need your services?
* Why do you lose money when you send emails?
* What is mini-blogging? And, why should you care?
* Should you use live web streaming to showcase your storefront business activities?
Participants must RSVP online for the Revive Your Business...Be Social!, http://social-networking-phila.eventbrite.com/ workshop or call AAUF at (215) 236-2100.
Don't let your inability to
find a babysitter for the children keep you from participating in this
pivotal event. A babysitter, who can help your child with his or her
homework, will be provided on-site so you may focus on this riveting
workshop. Healthy snacks (apples, oranges, etc.) will be provided for
the children. Established in 1982 as a not-for-profit corporation, the
African American United Fund is a GPUAC agency. The African American
United Fund (The Fund) raises and utilizes funds to support the growth,
development and empowerment of the community and in
turn, society at large. The Fund advocates volunteerism, mutual aid,
and self-help to collectively support, strengthen and economically
This interactive workshop will be facilitated by business woman and tech expert, JC Lamkin, PMP, President of Gypsy Lane Technologies (GLT), a professional Internet solutions company headquartered in the Germantown section of Philadelphia with training offices in Philadelpia and King of Prussia, PA. GLT specializes in best-in-class database development, website development, social media strategies, webcasting, online marketing, Flash multimedia and content management solutions. GLT features an integrated team of project managers, web consultants, creative designers, writers, coders and marketing professionals who know how to get online results. Ms. Lamkin will also be available to sign copies of her book, “Fabulous & Tech-Filled, Volume 1” . Listen to the audio from a previous social media workshop or view the video trailer from a previous workshop. Check the GLT Evite page for more information on other upcoming workshops.
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About the African American United Fund
in 1982 as a not-for-profit corporation, the
African American United Fund (The Fund) raises
and utilizes funds to support the growth,
development and empowerment of the African
American community and in turn, society at
large. The Fund advocates volunteerism, mutual
aid, and self-help to collectively support,
strengthen and economically empower African
The Fund endeavors to provide an institution that is a mechanism by which Pennsylvania’s African American citizens can actually participate in collectively addressing social and economic injustices, by pooling resources to enhance the quality of life of those most affected by these social and economic injustices.
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