Powerful Web Video and Mobile Marketing Strategies to Build your List and Stay Connected
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NAWBO San Diego
Powerful Web Video and Mobile Marketing Strategies to
Build your List and Stay Connected
A Seminar for Women Business Owners
SAN DIEGO—May 1, 2012— NAWBO San Diego will continue its seminar series on May 11 with a presentation from digital marketing strategist, Sandra Harris: "Powerful Web Video and Mobile Marketing Strategies to Build your List and Stay Connected." The seminar will be held at Brandman University, 7460 Mission Valley Road, from noon to 1:30 p.m.
Staying connected with your existing and potential customers will gain you competitive advantage. Web video and mobile marketing technologies are powerful tools for business owners to stay connected with customers and for strategic business growth. In this presentation, you'll learn:
Harris' diverse background in video, health and fitness, real estate, investing, home staging, network marketing, leadership, and physical therapy lead to her well-rounded approach to creating effective marketing systems for clients. Her success in sales and marketing has recently been recognized by Mike Koenigs in "The World's Highest Paid Video Marketer" and Lori Langemeier in "The Millionaire Maker."
- How to use Video to create the 'know, like and trust' factor in your marketing and draw people to you
- How integrating a mobile strategy will help you get found where most people are looking for you and keep them coming back again and again
- How to stay far ahead of your competition by leveraging these cutting-edge marketing technologies
NAWBO members have the option of attending this seminar for free (without lunch) or $10 (with a box lunch). The fee for visitors (which includes lunch) is $25. Registration is available through noon on May 10 at www.nawbo-sd.org.
About NAWBO San Diego
NAWBO San Diego is one of 80 U.S. chapters of NAWBO, a national non-profit organization of more than 7,000 members that represents women business owners across all industries. Since 1975, NAWBO has helped women evolve their businesses by sharing resources and providing a single voice to shape economic and public policy. For more information, visit nawbo-sd.org.