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Marketing Part 2: Promoting Your Business
Recorded Webinar (online)
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You’ve developed a wonderful new product or service and now you need to get customers to buy it! In this webinar we’ll walk through the most common promotional methods used by entrepreneurs, including networking, referrals, social media, content marketing, email marketing and search engine optimization (SEO). We’ll help you decide how you can best reach your targeted customers and show you how to create your next promotional plan.

While not required, to get the most out of this webinar, please consider attending “Marketing Part 1: Developing Your Marketing Plan” first.

All registrants will receive access to webinar materials in advance, and link to the recorded webinar after the live event.

This webinar is part of SCORE’s Small Business Essentials (SBE) Webinar Series. The series is designed to prepare anyone who is considering starting a business to make the decisions and plans you need to successfully launch your business. All webinars are taught by experienced certified SCORE Mentors.

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About the presenters
Chris Taylor
Christopher A. Taylor
Christopher A. Taylor enjoyed a 40+ year career in the insurance industry in a variety of leadership, strategic, and management roles, retiring from Zurich as Head of Healthcare and Financial Institutions.
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