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Learn From the Experts with SCORE’s Small Business Training Workshops

Find low or no-cost, targeted training in both in-person and online formats on topics that matter to you and your small business. Join a business expert at an interactive in-person or virtual workshop or learn at your own pace with one of our recorded webinars.

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Jul 9: Transforming Social Media Ads into Revenue

Have you ever wasted money on social media ads that failed to generate conversions? In this engaging and informative webinar, Jeffrey and Jennifer will share practical tips on creating effective Facebook ads.

Jul 22: Make Money with a Blog NOW!

In person at Fairfield Library. Learn how to create and use a blog to make money. You'll learn how to create content that draws traffic. Monetizing a blog is easy and you'll discover how to create multiple streams of income. Y

Jul 23: Marketing the One Person Service Business

Everyone knows successful marketing is the key to success in any small business – fail to do it well and your business will fail sooner or later. However, marketing your business is especially challenging when you are all by yourself and are working 24/7.

BEST OF SERIES: Grow Your Business with Digital Marketing

This webinar will cover current and future trends in digital marketing, their differences and how these trends can be integrated into a marketing plan. Various digital marketing strategies and tactics will be addressed including SEO, SMM.

BEST OF SERIES: SEO 101: Learn to Rank Higher

It's time to demystify the world of Search Engine Optimization for small business owners. In today’s digital world, being visible online is not just an advantage; it’s a necessity.

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