THE SEMINAR HAS COME AND GONE, HOWEVER FOR THOSE WHO COULDN’T MAKE IT DUE TO TIMING OR LOCATION CHALLENGES, WE WERE ABLE TO VIDEO TAPE IT. YOU CAN DOWN LOAD VIDEO FROM THESE TWO LINKS:
I will be presenting at a 100% free small business online marketing seminar this coming Jan 24, 2011 in Toronto, ON Canada. All my clients, blog readers & social friends are welcome to come.
Hear my tips and advice on to dominate the first page of Google for FREE. You’ll get the same information I usually charge 100′s and sometimes 1000′s of dollars for.
Warning: Seating is limited and it will fill up fast! The seminar is FULL! However, we have decided to allow more people to come. The more the merrier! Seating is first come first serve. Please still take the time to register if you plan on joining us. Click here to register for the seminar.
Below are the full details of the seminar.
Church Wellesley Village BIA presents: A free seminar for small businesses on finding and keeping customers in a digital world.
Focusing on: Google, Facebook, and mobile marketing.
Where: The 519 Church St Community Center, 519 Church St. Toronto, ON Canada
Directions: Click to Google Maps
When: January 24th, 7 pm
Who should come: Small business owners/managers
When looking for customers a business must “fish where the fish are”. Today customers are overwhelmingly in 3 areas. Searching for things on Google, building relationships on Facebook, or doing both over their mobile phone. If you are not taking advantage of these tools, you can bet your competitors are. So how can a business use these channels to gain new customers and keep the ones you have? It’s easier (and cheaper) than you think. Come out to hear 3 leaders in these spaces share with you the tactics their clients use to succeed in our digital world.
- Steve Ballantyne, Director of Business Development, Neighbourhood Buzz
- Matthew Hunt, SEO and Local Search Marketing Expert, Small Business Online Coach
- Marcus Anderson, CEO, Broadplay Mobile
Warning: Seating is limited and it will fill up fast! It is full, however welcome everyone. Seating will be first come first serve. Click here to register for the seminar.