Learn to Master Online Marketing and Increase Profits in 2010
If your small business is not yet advertising online, now is the time to learn what it takes to start increasing your business revenue by using practical internet marketing techniques.
PocketCents is hosting their first free marketing seminar to help small business owners in the Detroit Metro Area learn how to master the basics of advertising online. Sign up to attend and receive a free in person evaluation of your business website and hands on training for improving your online exposure and increasing sales.
Areas to be covered and discussed
This seminar is meant for small businesses just starting out into online advertising, but many of our tips and tricks might be just the help you need to succeed even if you have been advertising online for years.
This seminar might be just the thing you need to make 2010 the most profitable year for your business yet.
Reserve your spot on our website (space is limited)
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Free business networking group, MDEI, meets monthly at the Clinton Macomb Public Library (40900 Romeo Plank Road, Clinton Township, MI 48038) in Southeast Michigan. Members and visitors gather to discuss their ambitions and start-up ventures in online business.
At this meeting on June 24th, the founders of PocketCents Local Online Advertising (a competitor of Google, Yahoo and Microsoft) will be guest speaking with a case study on developing websites that profit from local internet advertising.
For further information, visit this event on the MDEI website: