Free small business seminar set for Tuesday in Kings Beach
October 6, 2014
KINGS BEACH, Calif. — North Tahoe Business Association and Charter Business will present "Grow your Business with Constant Contact Email Marketing" from 8-9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the North Tahoe Event Center in Kings Beach.
Are you looking for new ways to connect to and understand your customers? Email marketing is a simple and affordable way to market your business, and it's proven to keep your customers coming back.
Constant Contact expert Jennifer Baker will lead this free seminar and teach attendees how to use effective email marketing to grow your business on a budget. Baker has over 20 years of marketing, advertising, business analysis and coaching experience.
Learn about easy-to-use marketing tools, effective messages for your campaign, anti-spam law information and how to build your contact database. Bring your questions and discover how you can use email marketing to create measurable results for your business or nonprofit organization.
The seminar will be geared toward beginning and intermediate users; however, all ability levels are welcome. Register at NorthTahoeBusiness.org. The seminar includes complimentary breakfast for attendees who register online by Wednesday, Oct. 8. Breakfast available on a first-come, first-served basis. Please arrive by 7:45 a.m. and bring a notebook or laptop.
North Tahoe Business Association and Charter Business offer quarterly free small business seminars; specific date, time and topics of 2015 seminars are to be announced. For information, call 530-546-9000.
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This article was submitted to the Sun by the North Tahoe Business Association, a nonprofit organization serving North Lake Tahoe, including the communities of Carnelian Bay, Tahoe Vista, Kings Beach and Crystal Bay. Visit NorthTahoeBusiness.org to learn more.
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