A 4 Part Series: From Creating a Website to Social Media by Martin Brossman

18May09

Advancing Your Business Using the Web and Social Media by Martin Brossman

Martin Brossman presenting, photo by Wayne Sutton

Martin Brossman presenting, photo by Wayne Sutton

Sponsored by Wake Technical Small Business Center &
Cary Camber of Commerce
CARY, N.C.− The Cary Chamber of Commerce is partnering with Wake Tech Small Business Center to offer a series of four timely classes geared especially for business owners and entrepreneurs who want to develop a low cost website, attract search engines to their website, and expand their marketing effort by applying strategic use of social media such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter.

The series will be presented by success coach Martin Brossman along with guest speakers. Brossman specializes in helping business owners to rapidly adopt practical methods of achieving a vibrant web presence and master the skill of on-line reputation management by enhancing their commitment. For more information about the presenter, visit http://www.coachingsupport.com .

Beginning May 20, the 2-hour lunchtime classes will be held on successive Wednesdays through June 10, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Western Wake Tech Campus, 3434 Kildaire Farm Road, Room 118, in Cary. Participants are welcome to bring their own lunch. Complete series cost is $79.00. For more information about the class, contact Martin Brossman at 919-847-4757 or martin@coachingsupport.com. To register online, go to: http://webadvisor.waketech.edu — go to Continuing Education, course number 42420.

Class dates and titles include: May 20−Easy Website Development for Almost No Cost;
May 27−Driving Traffic to Your Website; June 3−Using Social Media for Marketing, Useful Information and Reputation Management; June 10− Staying Connected to Your Customer and Maximizing Your ROI with the Web.

A series of 4 powerful classes including everything you need…  From creating your own website to successfully using the Web for marketing.

May 20, 2009: Easy Website Development for Almost No Cost
• Free and Low cost websites and how to choose the right one.
• Understanding types of paid websites and what you need to know before you spend your money.
• How to organize your information for building your website.

May 27, 2009: Driving Traffic to Your Website
• The correct information needed on your website to attract search engines and get customers.
• Finding and proper use of Keywords on your site.
• Alternative sites and resources to send traffic to your web site, including reputation managers, blogs and social media.

June 3, 2009: Using Social Media for Marketing, Useful Information and Reputation Management
• The do’s and don’ts of Social Media for enhancing your business and not hurting it.
• Different Social Media sites and their utility.
• Being alerted to positive and negative conversation of you on the Web and how to handle the negative.

June 10, 2009: Staying Connected to Your Customer and Maximizing Your ROI with the Web
• Managing this new world of being closer to your customer.
• Dealing with challenges and opportunities on the Web.
• Keeping your best customers coming back for more.

Further information about the class contact Martin Brossman at (919) 847-4757 or Martin@CoachingSupport.com

11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Western Wake Tech Campus – 3434 Kildaire Farm Road – Cary, NC 27511 Room 118
Special Price Cost: $79.00 – Complete Series – Pre-registration required / limited space
For registration and payment information send an email to Chris Roix at caroix@waketech.edu

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