Event to Focus on Internet Marketing

By Hall, Chuck | The Florida Times Union, May 12, 2011 | Go to article overview

Event to Focus on Internet Marketing


Hall, Chuck, The Florida Times Union


Byline: Chuck Hall

Greetings fellow Internet gazers! I want to veer off course a bit today and tell you about an event coming up in Jacksonville that every business owner should be excited about. While I share this for slightly selfish reasons, I assure you that business owners will get a real benefit from attending this.

As you know, I have been writing this Internet marketing column for some time, and occasionally I am asked to put on a workshop to share my knowledge of what works and what doesn't concerning traffic generation.

It is still early in our efforts to put this event together, but we already have some special activities and lots of great information planned. I am teaming up with some of Jacksonville's brightest experts to get the right information to you in a clear manner, about how to use your website to generate new customers for your business.

In my previous columns, you have learned about the 12 marketing tools on the Internet. You have read about how easy it can be to get a website attracting more viewers and how to convert those viewers into buyers. You have seen that with a little effort and an attitude of giving to others, you can earn more income from your business.

No, I won't be trying to sell you an Internet scam business. I don't have an MML business, so I won't need any up lines, down lines or whatnot. I don't have a new business to recommend to you, either. I won't be taking up your time with such distractions.

Instead, we will be concentrating on what really makes your current business more money: more customers. We will be doing this in a hands-on learning environment so you can see the results yourself.

My fellow presenters will be covering topics such as offline marketing for your business, finance and customer skills. We anticipate the event to be a two-hour extravaganza with food and gifts, too. …

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