Social Media, Search Engines, and your Website - May 23 - 25th
Easley Patch is offering three free business seminars at Maximum Potential Training to help business owners learn to use Facebook, Twitter and Easley Patch to grow their business.
Easley Patch is happy to announce that Jeremy Mims of Own Local, who currently advises five startups including Perpetually.com, has graciously agreed to participate in three educational seminars designed to teach business owners how to improve their connection to the community online.
Business owners can learn about how to take better advantage of sites such as Facebook and Twitter. There will also be mini workshops on how to use Easley Patch and how to add your own content to the online conversation.
Seminars will be held May 23-25 at Maximum Potential Training (900 East Main St, Suite BB, Easley, SC). We’ll give out cool Patchy swag. There is no cost to attend, so come to one or come to them all.
Wednesday, May 23: Social Media & Your Business - 2:00 - 3:30pm
Did you know that one out of every eight minutes spent on the Internet is on Facebook?
•How to make the most of your business’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest presences.
•The difference between using social media for personal and for business use.
•Why e-mail may be your most potent social media tool.
•Optimizing your Facebook page.
Thursday, May 24: Get Discovered in Search Engines — 9:00 - 10:30am
Did you know that the first link in a Google search is clicked on 44% of the time?
•Google Killed the Phone Book
•How Search Engines Rank Content
•The 10 Must-Haves for Search Engine Optimization
•Content Rules the Roost
•What’s the deal with directories?
Friday, May 25: Secrets to a Great Website — 9:00 - 10:30am
60% of Small Business Website Homepages can’t generate calls from mobile phones because they’re missing phone numbers.
•How to convert people who come to a website into leads
•Why a Blog is so important
•The 5 things every website needs on the homepage.
•Writing for people & Google
•How to incorporate social media into your website