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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Nov 18, 2009-
Nov 18, 2009
09:00AM - 11:00AM
Social Media Marketing Series: Twitter, Facebook and Blogging, Oh My!
Social media for business. Using Twitter, Facebook and Blogging to connect with your clients.
Sonoma,
100 Stony Point Road, Suite 160, Santa Rosa, CA 95
Event Description

Social Media Marketing Series
Twitter, Facebook and Blogging, Oh My!

All customers, all the time.
Whether you are connecting with them or not, your customers are online and interacting. Where can you find them? What's the best strategy for your business?

This workshop series is for business owners and professionals who would like to use social media and internet marketing tools to:
-    Connect with potential clients
-    Keep your clients informed
-    Stay Competitive in your industry
-    Increase your Google ranking for your website


Limited seating available.   
Now until Friday, October 30th, register for the series and SAVE $25


What you will learn:

Twitter session:
The who, what and how of using Twitter for business.

Facebook session:
Fans or Friends? Find out where and why to take advantage of this incredible networking tool.

Blogging session:
Why blog for business? Get your message out there, control your online image, and help your clients.


What You Get
1. Three actionable workshops, usually priced at over $300.00
2. Tips on where and why to employ social media to talk about your business
3. Free Social Media Marketing Workbook

 

Bonus: Sign up for the Series and receive

  • Need to find those social media marketing sites? FREE social media guide with stats and demographics
  • Got stuck? Call us with a FREE 30 minute social media tech support call
  • Want another link for Google to find? FREE blogroll listing on our blog
  • Need help with hosting and design? Get 30% off hosting for 1 year AND your blog project

 

Dates:
Wednesday, November 4th – Twitter
Wednesday, November 11th – Facebook
Wednesday, November 18th – Blogging

Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m.

Location: 100 Stony Point Road, Suite 160, Santa Rosa, California 95401
Cost: $49 per session – Register for the Series before Friday 10/30 and save $25



Speaker Bios

Heather Montgomery is the Creative Director and CEO of Forward Motion Studios, a web development and online marketing company located in Sonoma County. A professional interactive and print designer since 1990, Heather has extensive expertise in the designing and executing strategic online marketing initiatives. Her portfolio includes companies such as Washington Mutual, Robert Mondavi Corporation and North American Mortgage.


Catherine Hughes is Client Manager of Forward Motion Studios and we consider her a blogging guru. As a successful and long-time blogger since 2003, Catherine is heavily involved in online marketing and knows the work and rewards of running a blog that ranked in the top 35,000 of Technorati. She is the writer and manager of several blogs, including 8 Women Dream and A Week in the Life of a Redhead, to name a few. Catherine uses her degree in Marketing to bring real world tactics to online marketing  strategies.

web: http://forwardmotionstudios.com/

blog: http://forwardmotionstudios.com/blog/

twitter: http://twitter.com/forwardmotion

facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Forward.Motion.Studios

Cancellations must be in writing via email to support@forwardmotionstudios.com 10 days in advance of the first event, less $6 processing fee.

Fee: $49.00

Contact Information
Name: Heather Montgomery     Email: heather@forwardmotionstudios.com
Phone: 707-578-1390

 

 

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