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From Podcasting to Radio: Marketing Yourself Thru The Media

Beverly Mahone and Martin Brossman

Podcasting is a way to personally broadcast over the internet with very little investment.


Social Media for Business Seminar Series by Martin Brossman
Facebook, Twitter, Blogging, Free Web Resources
Presented by the James Sprunt Community College Small Business Center


RALEIGH, NC. – Success coach and professional speaker Martin Brossman has launched Inquire On-Line (www.InquireOnLine.info) an internet podcast show which is also available on iTunes. (A podcast is an on-line radio show that you can listen to at your convenience.)


Martin Brossman’s Topic for IMA Meeting on September 17th 2009Unlock the Power of Social Media Marketing for Your BusinessHere are some of the topics covered in this seminar.• Where and how to start.• How to generate profitable alliances by maximizing face-to-face and on-line presence and managing “the conversation of you” on the Web.• Incorporating social media to accelerate growth for entrepreneurs and small businesses.• Creating crucial new Internet communications, such as blogging, podcasting and on-line networking.• Using in-person and on-line networking groups to facilitate valuable business connections.• Identifying and avoiding the pitfalls of social media.• Which media are best for businesses? LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Plaxo, etc.?• Grow Your Business by Singing Like a Bird: Twitter for BusinessWho are all These Tweeple?How to Properly Grow your Twitter Following!Realize immediate and long -term benefits by using this dynamic, huge online platform to:- build your brand- enhance your reputation- increase connection to your customers- expand your web presence• Using Huddle Workspaces to collaborate with connections.BioMartin is a success coach, speaker, trainer and author incorporating social media training to accelerate growth for entrepreneurs and small businesses. He has originated in-person and on-line networking groups which have facilitated valuable business connections among members. Martin’s IBM background and computer skills have powered his ability to create and teach crucial new Internet communications, such as blogging, podcasting and on-line networking. His own podcast show can be heard at http://www.lnquireOnLine.info. He offers consulting on how to generate profitable alliances by maximizing face-to-face and on-line presence and managing “the conversation of you” on the Web.His 20 years of professional experience includes 7 years with IBM, where he received the “IBM Means Service” top customer service award, and 13 years developing and operating small businesses. Coaching since 1995, he developed a certification / mentoring program for Coaches in 2003. A native of Washington, D.C., he holds a BA in Math / Computer Science from St. Andrews College in Laurinburg, N.C., and currently resides in North Raleigh.Specialtiespersonal branding, conflict resolution training, social media business integration, business networking training, group facilitation, sales coaching & training
Martin Brossman’s Topic for IMA Meeting on September 17th 2009
Unlock the Power of Social Media Marketing for Your Business


A series of 4 powerful classes developed and taught by Martin Brossman including everything you need, from creating your own website to successfully using the Web for marketing.


Ramping us up for a future where customer trust will be gained or lost online, Success Coach/Author Martin Brossman has created a Social Media and Online Resource Directory that reflects his dedication to integrating social media strategies in business coaching goals, The North Carolina edition is packed with practical advice and resource links for creating a definitive presence for a business of any size.


BROSSMAN’S SOCIAL MEDIA for Business Directory NC Edition is available

Special thanks to the following contributors:
Dave Baldwin, Heather O’Sullivan Canney, Michelle Courtney, Whitney Hill, Pat Howlett, Deidre Hughey, Jay Izso, Beverly Mahone, Anora McGaha, John M. O’Connor, Wayne Sutton, Karen Tiede and David Williams.