Seminar March 18, 19 teaches businesses Internet savvyPublished 1:31pm Sunday, March 10, 2013
Are you a business owner or manager? Do you want to grow your business? Need to understand the Internet and how it can help you grow your business? If you answered yes to any of the previous questions then you’ll want to pay special attention to this article.
On March 18 and 19 the Tryon Daily Bulletin will host international speaker, Mike Blinder. A media industry leader, and author of “Survival Selling,” Blinder will present a dynamic, information-filled program that will show you there is tremendous opportunity to grow your business on the World Wide Web. Tens of thousands have attended these sessions by Blinder in cities all over the world, and 95 percent have rated the sessions “Highly informative. Beneficial to my business. I will recommend others to attend.”
Blinder will share the latest trends in online audience and media spending and how this impacts your business. He’ll bring the high tech concepts of the web down to earth where you can understand them and will feature actionable information you can use on:
• How the Internet works in easy to understand terms
• Who is online locally and if they are your customers
• How search engines like Google and Yahoo work
• Facebook (social networking) and using it to find new customers
• How to be found when people search online for your product or service
• How to improve your own website’s performance with three easy-to-implement ideas.
The workshops will be on Monday, March 18 at noon and 4 p.m. and Tuesday, March 19 at 9 a.m. at the log cabin at Harmon Field, Tryon. The workshops are free if you sign up in advance and $20 at the door. Seating for each session is limited and are filling up fast so reserve your space right away. You can register on line at www.localmediaworkshops.com, or call our office at 828.859.9151. Deadline to pre-register is Friday, March 15.