Get More Clients Using Online Marketing
Get More Clients Using Online Marketing and Make 2017 Your Best Year Yet!
Join us for three separate talks on how to use online marketing to your greatest advantage. You will leave with the tools and support to gain more clients and ultimately increase your bottom line. The cost of the seminar is $39 and includes lunch & complimentary parking.
Friday March 31st from 10:00am – 1:30pm
How to Make Your Online Presence Work for You
with Wendy Dolan, Get Online NOLA
Wendy has been building websites since 2008. She teaches regular workshops to help business owners make the most of the Internet, and loves being involved in the community. She is the president of New Orleans Women in Technology (WIT), and a founding member of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA). She was chosen as a “Women of the Year in Tech” in 2016, and was named one of Silicon Bayou’s 100 Top People in Tech and Entrepreneurship in 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Facebook Ads Made Easy: 5 Simple Steps to Get Started Using Facebook Ads
with Kristen Robinson, KR Design
Kristen Robinson helps online entrepreneurs effectively enroll clients into their programs using social media and Facebook Ads. She is known to make social media “fun and easy to understand” without being technical. Kristen’s background includes working with a range of companies including ESPN X Games, House of Blues, Radio Disney, and women’s professional football teams. Her experience gives her a unique perspective on social media.
Networking 201: Turning Your Networking Efforts Into Profitable Relationships
with Melissa Willis, Asentiv
Melissa Willis is a referral marketing expert and DISC (behavioral styles) specialist. She is the owner of Asentiv Coaching & Consulting in the New Orleans area, Melissa loves to help clients work smarter, not harder. She loves helping clients create more time and make more money. Melissa is also a professional speaker and has been speaking internationally since 1999. Melissa’s passions is helping her clients be their best always.