“In preparing for battle, I have always found that plans are useless but planning is indispensable.” ~Dwight D. Eisenhower
Small business owners frequently have to choose between getting regular work done and getting content marketing published. Whether it’s writing your next blog post, scheduling tweets in Hootsuite or another software, or recording a video or podcast episode, you always feel behind the curve. You chalk it up to the nature of wearing multiple hats in small business; that’s what’s necessary to keep the lights on and the customers happy.
What if that didn’t have to be the case? What if you could organize your content marketing production so that your business’ blog and website could garner more traffic from Google?
In this Webinar, we will teach you how to manage your blogging, podcasting, or YouTubing by setting up and using Ray Sidney-Smith’s content editorial calendar and content marketing methodology.
What we will discuss in this webinar:
A framework for how to engage with your community for Social Media, Local, and Mobile Web marketing.
How to create content efficiently.
How to design and manage a content editorial calendar using the latest Web technologies.
We will be available live to answer questions you have about how to create a content editorial calendar!
This Webinar is presented on behalf of the Virginia SBDC Network by Ray Sidney-Smith, Web & Mobile Strategist, author of SoLoMo Success: Social Media, Local and Web Small Business Marketing Strategy Explained, and President of W3 Consulting and Managing Director of W3C Web Services, an affordable Web/WordPress hosting, domain name registration, SSL certificate, and email hosting service focused on helping small businesses market and manage on the Web.
Who should attend?
Small business owners, entrepreneurs, micropreneurs, solopreneurs
Office/sales/customer service managers, marketing directors, executives and professionals
Administrative/executive assistants and sales/account representatives
Nonprofit executive directors and board members
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