By Rebecca Tudor
Title: Milford, Stratford Business Leaders: Reserve a Spot at Upcoming Bite-Size Marketing Seminars
As a community bank, we believe that providing service to local businesses doesn’t end after we’ve helped to secure the financial services that set you on a path to success. It’s just as important to stay engaged with our customers and provide educational resources to the community.
That’s why we started the Bite-Sized Business Marketing Seminar series. The seminar series is led by local business owners, for local business owners, to help you reach your financial goals. We’re even providing lunch!
There are currently four seminars scheduled for the coming weeks:
Harness the Power of Social Media & Email with Constant Contact—March 2, 2017
In this seminar, Jocelyn Murray, the owner of Marketing and Event Resources LLC, will introduce attendees to Constant Contact, an all-in-one tool for increasing sales and donations through better marketing and online engagement.
Develop a Marketing Plan that Produces Awesome Results—March 16, 2017
Robert C. Kademian, the owner of ROI Business Coach, will break down his five step strategy for developing an impactful marketing strategy.
Increasing Your Website’s Google Presence—March 30, 2017
In today’s digital economy, there’s no better commercial real estate than the front page of a Google search. Steve Hozan, the co-founder and digital marketing consultant for The Web Studio, will take a look behind the curtain of Google’s search engine algorithms in this lecture, giving participants helpful SEO tips along the way.
Tips for Taking Better Head Shot Photographs—April 13, 2017
In the social media age, your head shot is a critical first impression for potential customers and business partners. Jesse Thompson, the store manager at Milford Photo, will lead this seminar to help you take professional head shots using a camera or a smartphone. You’ll get great tips on how to use lighting, composition and proper posing to make you look your best.
Each event in the Bite-Sized Business Marketing Seminar Series is completely free and open to the public, but be sure to register early because space is limited. You can register online here.