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  •  May 8, 2020
     9:30 am - 10:30 am

Get Your Sales Out of Quarantine With Four Online Strategies

This two-part series will feature 4 ways to move your company forward, and increase your sales.

Part 2 – Friday, May 8th | 9:30 – 10:30 am



Patricia Raskin: Increase Your Visibility and Expand Your Business with Podcasts 

The key to sales is having the “know, like and trust” factor. In this webinar, you will learn how to develop compelling content and presentation skills and target your market to attract and retain listeners and clients.



Ed McDonough: Generate Additional Sales with Email Marketing

There are sales waiting to be made from your past clients, prospects and current clients. In this mini-workshop you’ll learn the exactly how to approach them using a proven, simple to follow email marketing strategy.




Part 1 – Wednesday, May 6th | 9:30 – 10:30 am


David Englund: Boost Your Credibility with Google
Google My Business is fast become the #1 tool for being found online, in this presentation David will demonstrate the power of getting 5-star ratings, event posting, and getting on page 1.


Allan Langer: Clarify Your Website to SELL
Your website needs to answer three very important questions within the first 8-10 seconds of someone visiting, or it doesn’t work. Find out why most websites can’t sell anything, and how you can turn yours into a selling machine.



Register for One Session or Both – Simply Select the Sessions You Wish To Attend When You Checkout

All four presenters will be a part of both sessions.

Register prior to Thursday, May 7th at 6:00 pm to receive the Link, Meeting ID and Passcode. Information for the event will be sent to those pre-registered prior to 8am the day of.

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  • Look at what is behind you – in Zoom you can select a virtual background – next to the video camera icon (usually bottom left) click on the arrow and select a virtual background
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