Social Media Marketing For Business Webinar Replay

Social Media Marketing have you confused?

A lot of small business socal-media-seo-roadmapowners contact us saying they feel that they’ve fallen behind the times in communicating with their prospective customers.

There is Facebook, Twitter, MySpace, LinkedIn. Where do I start and where should I spend my time?”

If you also feel confused relax and join us for this free 1-hour webinar “How to Leverage the Power of Social Media Marketing 101

Social Media Marketing 101 Webinar

Giselle-Social-Media-GuruThe “Az Social Media Wiz” Giselle Aguiar was our guest speaker during this 1-hour webinar “”Social Media Marketing 101

Giselle is an award winning author, public speaker and social media strategies with over 17 years of Internet Marketing experience.

During her 1-hour presentation Giselle will help get your small business on the Social Media map by pointing out the important social media channels you should be focusing your efforts on while provide you with some simple tips and strategies that will save you time and money.

(You must be a member of our SEO Community and signed in to watch this free, 1 hour replay. Not a member, sign up in the box on the right, its FREE!)

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Do you want to learn more about Social Media Marketing? If so consider signing up for our 1-day Social Media Marketing Workshop

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