Social media, email marketing discussion with Nevada County Online
February 20, 2013
What: Nevada County Online marketing email and social media presentation
Where: Courtyard Suites 210 North Auburn St., Grass Valley
When: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 26
How: Sign up at http://www.meetup.com/NevadaCountyOnline Cost: Free
Nevada County Online, the largest business meet-up group in Nevada County, will present Grow Your Business by Strategically Integrating Email Marketing and Social Media by Karen Rice 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at Courtyard Suites at 210 N. Auburn St., Grass Valley.
Among the topics discussed will be engagement marketing — the blend of email and social media to grow your business.
Other tips, tricks and strategies to grow a business will also be presented.
Rice is the Northern California regional development director for Constant Contact, an online social media and marketing site.
She has more than 20 years of experience working with nonprofit organizations, companies and government agencies, developing and implementing marketing, event management and public relations campaigns.
NCO meetings are open to all and are for those who are new to the Internet and eager to learn more, as well as those who are digital marketing gurus and everyone in between.
Whether you are a local small-business owner, a corporate employee or a marketing pro, there is always an online business tip or strategy to learn or share.
For information, visit http://NevadaCountyOnline.com.
To become a member or to reserve a seat, visit http://meetup.com/NevadaCountyOnline.
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