Another way of Building your Business using WeChat & FaceBook~!

Another way of Building your Business using WeChat & FaceBook~!
Event on 2017-05-24 14:30:00
Hey everyone.We are back again with our Internet Business & Social Media Marketing to help to build up your business by using the latest social media stratagy and giving you the best ideas to increase your Business Revenue. It's the best opportunity restart your business. This time round, we are providing 1 to 1 session. Please book your time & date and we will contact you shortly.   Do let us know your details: Name: Contact: Company: Email: If you have any Enquires, Do contact us at: Name: Aaron Mobile: 98260501  Email: aaron.liew@live.com

at Paya Lebar Square
60 Paya Lebar Road, Paya Lebar Square #11-05 Singapore
Singapore, Singapore

Class: Building Blocks of Content Marketing

Class: Building Blocks of Content Marketing
Event on 2016-09-21 18:00:00
Class taking place at The Bakery organized and led by David Kampmann.  You need digital content to authenticate your self brand, or business, as an expert in an industry. But how do you make the content? And how do you develop a campaign to deliver the content? This workshop will go through the steps a business can follow to make quality content that captures the right attention.   David Kampmann is a social media marketing professor at Southeast Tech, and works with local businesses to improve their brand and social media efforts. Connect with him before the class on linkedIn.  https://www.linkedin.com/in/mrkampmann This class is .Free to Members of The Bakery coworking space. Location: 910 N Main in the old L&A Bakery building. About 4 blocks north of the Old Courthosue Museum on Main Street.  

at The Bakery
910 North Main Avenue
Sioux Falls, United States

Bill Guthrie Interviews Successful Entrepreneurs and Marketers, inspired by Tim Ferris, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, Seth Godin, Michael Hyatt, about Online Business, Social Media, Software, Product Creation, Building a Business and Becoming an Entrepreneu – PeakMarketer | Daily Interviews with Today’s Top Marketers and Entrepreneurs


Bill Guthrie Interviews Successful Entrepreneurs and Marketers, inspired by Tim Ferris, John Lee Dumas, Pat Flynn, Seth Godin, Michael Hyatt, about Online Business, Social Media, Software, Product Creation, Building a Business and Becoming an Entrepreneu – PeakMarketer | Daily Interviews with Today’s Top Marketers and Entrepreneurs
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Building an ROI-focused Digital Marketing Strategy that Saves Time & Money

Building an ROI-focused Digital Marketing Strategy that Saves Time & Money
Event on 2016-01-28 18:00:00
About this workshop: Tech start ups face unique challenges when it comes to marketing.  From SEO and SEM to social media, email, and advertising it can be hard to determine what strategy will best help you achieve your business goals. This workshop will walk you through how to define your marketing goals, benchmarks for marketing budgets, what tactics to consider, and tactics your company should consider pre-launch, launch and post launch. You’ll Learn: How to define your digital marketing strategy What digital marketing tactics to consider based on your goals Basic benchmarks for marketing budgets based on average revenue goals for various types of tech start ups How various marketing tactics bring value to your company and/or sales efforts Determine what digital marketing tactics your company should be focused on based on your business goals Prelaunch, launch and post-launch strategies Basic digital marketing tracking Target Audience: Tech founders interested in developing or refining their marketing strategy Tech start up marketing managers Investors Workshop Schedule: Introduction (5 m) Benefits of digital marketing (5 m) Marketing budget standards (5m) Setting marketing goals (10m) Defining your marketing strategy (15m) Break (15m) Where to reach your target audience (15m) Defining your marketing tactics and value of various tactics (20 m) Prelaunch, launch and post launch strategies (20 m) Questions (15 m) Meet Your Instructor: Kim Pieper, Founder & President Digital Brinq, Kim founded Digital Brinq in 2010. Able to think on her feet and roll with the punches, Kim cut her teeth in one of the toughest industries we know: politics. She began her career as a campaign manager for a U.S. congressional campaign then moved into agency work developing marketing and fundraising strategies for LiveStrong Foundation, CBRE Richard Ellis and Scientific American Magazine, to name a few of her clients. Since at the helm at Digital Brinq, Kim has been the trusted technology advisor and connected media sherpa for Sears, Kmart, McKesson Pharmaceuticals, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and University of Phoenix. In the business world, she’s an ROI champion; in her personal life, she’s a yoga student, avid cross-country cyclist and less-than-successful puppy trainer. Prerequisites:  No prerequisite

at Galvanize
1062 Delaware St
Denver, United States

Data-Led Link Building: Audience Segmentation & Analysis

Data-Led Link Building: Audience Segmentation & Analysis
Dashboard showing SERP behaviour for search terms across organic and paid search channels, as well as the conversion rate for that traffic for the landing page. [Click to enlarge.] The term highlighted in red gets selected for improvement for a few …
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Women corporators vow to protect rights of fair sex
Recognition and success cannot elude you for long,” said C. Rama Lakshmi, Advisor, Society for Elimination of Rural Poverty (SERP), Andhra Pradesh. The session was moderated by VMM president and former MP Chennupati Vidya and attended by VMM …
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Craft Entrepreneurship: Building and Marketing a Craft Brand (class 2 of 5)

Craft Entrepreneurship: Building and Marketing a Craft Brand (class 2 of 5)
Event on 2016-03-05 10:00:00
Craft Entrepreneurship: Learn How to Create an Online Shop for your Craft Products! Do you already make custom jewelry, decorative home items, or other handmade products for sale or gift giving? If so, this course will teach you how to start an online shop for your unique line of handcrafted items. In partnership with Etsy, a leader in e-commerce for creative entrepreneurs, SBTDC is offering free classes to help craft makers like you establish an online business to sell your products to a wider market and earn extra income. Craft Entrepreneurship classes are taught by successful online craft sellers who coach and support participants through every aspect of setting up their online shops. Using Etsy as a learning lab, teachers share best practices on topics that impact new sellers most, including time management, branding, pricing, shipping, and photography, to help them earn supplemental income through their craft business. To minimize startup costs, students will be given the opportunity to list 20 items for sale for free on Etsy.com. Eligibility requirements: Have at least one handmade craft item ready to sell, and an idea for a related line of products. Commit to attending 5 Saturday morning classes (about 12 hours total) Reside in Missouri or any of the contiguous state Have never made any sales* on Etsy.com Have a credit card and checking account (necessary for sales transactions) Have regular access to a computer with an Internet connection *It is possible to have a store on Etsy.com but have never made sales.   Lesson I: Becoming an Entrepreneur (2 hours) First day announcements, review of expectations Inspirational video presentation What does it mean to become an entrepreneur? Open your Etsy shop! Time management Lesson II: Building and Marketing a Craft Brand (2 hours) Brand values and identity Discovering your target market SEO (Search Engine Optimization) Intro to social media Lesson III: Photo Workshop (4 hours – daylight required) Social media cont. Product descriptions Intro to product photography Photo shoot & Shop work session Uploading and cropping Product descriptions Walk-around shop viewing Lesson IV: Pricing & Shipping (2 hours) Accounting for expenses Pricing items for profit Calculating shipping costs Customer service & shop policies Lesson V: Strategies for Growth (2 hours) Tracking expenses Taxes & Legal structures Other ways to sell your craft Next steps Resources and support Shop showcase! Post-Class: Shop Critique Workshop (90 minutes) Interactive shop critique and review session Presenter:  Certified Etsy Trainer Sponsored by: The Craft Entrepreneurship program by Etsy will teach participants skills that are applicable for selling online. Although it is designed to assist crafters with creating a successful Etsy store, information will be of value whether you sell on Etsy, Ebay, Facebook, Amazon, your personal website or any other e-commerce platform. Anyone new to selling a product online will find value in the training curriculum. Please Note: Registration does not automatically guarantee acceptance into the Craft Entrepreneurship program. Applicants will be reviewed and selected based on Etsy's eligibility requirements and space limitations.

at Missouri State University-West Plains Campus
Lybyer Enhanced Technology Center, Room 212
West Plains, United States

The Modern Marketer’s Guide to Building Brands in the Digital World

The Modern Marketer’s Guide to Building Brands in the Digital World
Event on 2015-12-11 09:00:00
About This Event The truth is, technology changes. People don't change so much. Which is why universal human truths still matter more than unique selling propositions. Smart marketing professionals, brand managers and brand strategists will leave with a new perspective and an action plan using insights from the behavioural and marketing sciences mapped to creativity and content. A fresh approach to brand building they can put to work within their own organisations. How does marketing really work and how do brands really grow? It might not be what you think… Apply for your free ticket by clicking REGISTER and we will be in touch to confirm your place before the event. About the Instructors Lieu Pham Lead Strategist, King Content Lieu Pham is a content strategist and marketer. She connects ideas to insights, brands to stories, and objectives to results. Drawing on a decade of experience, she works with both global brands and small businesses alike to plan and implement big, amazing content assets, and small, humble digital campaigns. Lieu is currently a content strategist at the global content marketing agency King Content, the Founder and Editor of The Week in Content Marketing and Co-Founder of the Melbourne Content Strategy events. Laura Stansfeld Content Strategist,  King Content Laura is a content strategist and editor. She has more than a decade's experience in publishing, content creation, strategy and content marketing, and has worked with brands ranging from Lonely Planet and Bauer Media to Bupa, nab and more, but she still gets excited about content that sits at the intersection of brand expertise, audience needs and creative insight. Laura is currently a content strategist at content marketing agency King Content. Eaon Pritchard Head of Strategy, King Content Eaon is one of Australia’s best regarded brand strategists and marketing commentators. A proponent of evidence-based marketing practice and applied behavioural science, his agency pedigree includes multi-award winning spells at Weapon7 in London and Clemenger BBDO in Melbourne helping brands like Coca-Cola, Xbox360, Mercedes Benz, and NAB. Eaon is currently Head of Strategy at King Content Melbourne. —– This event is presented by King Content and sponsored by General Assembly. **By registering for the event you'll be kept in the loop with updates from General Assembly and King Content

at General Assembly
Level 1
Melbourne, Australia

Working Link Building Tips for 2016

Working Link Building Tips for 2016
In our day and age it is harder to find somebody who doesn't have a blog, a Facebook account or a website than somebody who does, so there should be a fair share of prospects among your friends. However, you should concentrate on those who … Today …
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The "Need for Speed"
That study dates back to 2008; today 57% of consumers will abandon a website if the page does not load within 3 seconds and 80% of these people will not return. … Page loading time affects ranking; the faster loading time is, the higher traffic on …
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How to Help Your New Website Get Indexed on Google
Is it possible to create a new website and start ranking on the first page of Google in just a few weeks? The old-school SEO … According to Moz's research, long tail queries account for more than 80% of all organic traffic on the Internet. Here's why …
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Social Media 2.0: Building Your Community

Social Media 2.0: Building Your Community
Event on 2015-11-26 18:00:00
Grow your community into an army Join us on 26 November for a three hour intensive workshop designed to arm you with the skills and techniques to grow your  business's social media following and engagement through content, connections and consistency.  Discover how to: find the right balance between engagement posts and selling your product allocate, spend and measure advertising budget develop content that is engaging, relevant and share-able identify opportunities to jump 'on board' with current trends, and how to find them   Apply the latest trends in influencer marketing   Topics include:  Creating social media goals for your social growth and engagement strategy   Using existing resources and technologies at your fingertips to cost-effectively drive social media engagement Understanding the data behind the success of your social media strategy Tips and tricks on how to create engagement and grow your audience size How to build relationships with bloggers and influencers on social – the right and the wrong way How to put your fans at the centre of your social media strategy How to cross-pollinate your social platforms for maximum growth, presence and efficiency   Deep dive into available social media advertising platforms, and building a strategy for their use to achieve your social media goals.    Ideal for: individuals already operating social media platforms and strategies for their business or organisation Small business owners who have the ball rolling on social, but need a little shove in the right direction for growth.  Information presented will include case studies, current research and practical hands-on tips. Participants will learn from group discussions and individual learning exercises. Participants will receive a comprehensive set of notes and resources for further study and application. Our training courses are limited to 15 per group and sell out fast – so make sure you secure your place at this three hours of social media power.  Your trainers:  Katherine MacPherson – The Hunter Box:  The Hunter Box is a digital marketing agency specializing in working with small to medium businesses in managing their total digital presence. Katherine is passionate about creating lasting impact and working with people who want the same. Katherine specialises in marketing strategy, copywriting, training and mentoring across all things digital marketing, including social media. Amanda Martin – Stylehunter Network:  Amanda is the owner of the Stylehunter Network, an online publishing platform with monthly marketing reach of 175,000 and a social media following of more than 205,000. A bit of a whiz in social media strategy, community building and traffic generation through SEO and Adwords, Amanda has a keen eye for customer conversion through data tracking.

at Stylehunter Network HQ
21 David Street
Richmond, Australia