Mobile, Social Media, Video & Search: Myths & Best Practices for Growing Your Business
Event on 2013-06-18 17:30:00
In the new economy it's not not just what you know or who you know.
It's "What do you want to be known for,
and can find you vs. your competition?"
– Lisa Ann Maini, myMarketingManager
Digital marketing is changing the way that companies do business. In the past, people used to say, "It's not just what you know, it's who you know," and their marketing was focused on new and innovative ways to find customers. But customer buying behavior has changed. Today, more and more consumers and companies are using digital marketing tools to find what they want, when they want to buy it. From a marketing perspective, the focus has changed from companies finding customers who might like to buy, to customers finding companies when they are ready to buy.
As a business owner you might think, "This does not concern me. Our clients don't look for our products/services over the internet." This might be true now, but the next generation of customers, business owners and buyers is all ready there (last month there were over 20 billion searches on Google alone). So if you want to get on board with digital marketing (or at least kick the tires) here is your chance. Join business owners and managers on June 18th to explore the myths, realities and best practices of using digital marketing to grow your business in the new economy.
Lisa Ann Maini, Founder, myMarketingManager (moderator)
Kevin Wiant, Principal, Spar Networks
James Ringrose, CEO, Real Cool TV Productions
Todd Van Hoosear, Principal, Fresh Ground
Jeff Pucko, Senior SEO Specialist, Boston Web Marketing
Business Owners, Business Managers
Entrepreneurs & Investors
Tuesday June 18th, 2013
5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Cambridge Innovation Center
1 Broadway, 5th Floor, Cambridge, MA
Light Refreshments & Networking
Questions? Please Visit: www.neweconomybootcamp.com
*Bonus: Attendees receive a free, no obligation website assessment to enhance your online presence!
at Cambridge Innovation Center
Cambridge, United States