Small Business Guide To Social Media

Small Business Guide To Social Media
Event on 2012-11-26 18:00:00

Presented by: Eric Woodson, Marketing Consultant

 November 26, 2012 at 6:00pm South West Library
3665 Cascade Road SW, Atlanta Georgia 30331


Topics covered in this beginners course will include:

  • What is social media
  • What social media sites should your small business be using?
  • How do you get started on the most important sites?
  • How do you use social media to grow profits?
  • What strategies and tools will help you grow faster?
  • What have the best social media users been doing? (Case studies)
  • What are the dangers of social media? 

Topics covered will include social media marketing, blogging, search engine optimization, email marketing, mobile marketing, and a whole bunch more!

 Why Use the Internet to Market Your Business?

Over the next three years 70% of offline businesses, from small businesses and sole proprietorships to large public corporations, will move the majority of their marketing online. This includes your competitors.

Add to this the fact that 65% of companies find online marketing more efficient and profitable than traditional marketing AND that 74% of businesses plan to increase their online spending over the next three years…

Learn exactly what you need to know in order to better market your business. Go to our Event Registration page to register for this event!

If you would like to contact Eric prior to November 26, 2012, go to, and fill out the contact form or give him a call at 404.953.5665

Workshop presented by Eric Woodson,
 Monday, November 26, 2012 at 6:00pm
About Your Presenter:

Eric Woodson is a marketing consultant that provides small businesses the necessary tools to market their products or services. He is the CEO of The Kool Source an Internet Marketing Agency that offers innovative solutions that optimize the connections between a business & their clients.

at Southwest Regional Library
3665 Cascade Road Southwest
Atlanta, United States

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