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Avoid Social Media Overload

Special Guest, Author and Digital Marketing expert, Corey Perlman will cover: -How to fish where the fish are: prioritizing the platforms you should focus on. -The New Rules of Google and how to capitalize. -How to avoid common Website mistakes that almost every business makes. -Making small changes to your Professional LinkedIn Profile that will have a BIG impact. -How to use Facebook as a relationship-building tool. -Using LinkedIn as a powerful prospecting tool. -How to implement best practices for eMail Marketing, Blogging and Video. -And MORE...

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7 Ways to Simplify Your Digital Marketing Strategy & Maximize Results

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O que você vai aprender

Special Guest, Author and Digital Marketing expert, Corey Perlman will cover: -How to fish where the fish are: prioritizing the platforms you should focus on. -The New Rules of Google and how to capitalize. -How to avoid common Website mistakes that almost every business makes. -Making small changes to your Professional LinkedIn Profile that will have a BIG impact. -How to use Facebook as a relationship-building tool. -Using LinkedIn as a powerful prospecting tool. -How to implement best practices for eMail Marketing, Blogging and Video. -And MORE...

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Por que você quer aprender

Avoid Social Media Overload by learning which platforms are most important for your organization's digital marketing strategy.

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Como isso vai ajudar você

Take your marketing strategy to the next level by learning simple techniques to capitalize on opportunities in the Digital Space.

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