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SEMINAR SERIES: The Power of Email Marketing
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
9:30 AM-11:30 AM
Providence Public Library
150 Empire Street
Providence, RI 02903
Teen/Young Adult Room (Ground Floor)
For an Action Packed Educational Workshop
The Power of Email Marketing
In just a few short hours, this information-packed seminar will demonstrate how email marketing – the hands-on, low-cost marketing tool – can really help drive business success.
In this session, participants will discover how communicating with customers regularly can help a small business stay connected, and generate increased referrals, repeat sales, and unwavering customer loyalty.
Participants will learn how to start and build a strong permission-based customer list, get their audience to open, read and act on their email, and use their past results to sharpen their email marketing program as they go along.
This practical seminar will provide a concise, but comprehensive overview of how easy it is to create and send professional-looking email newsletters and promotions. Attendees will learn the latest best practices and proven strategies.
Participants will have plenty of time to ask questions, share experiences, and network with peers. And they’ll leave with real-world insights and knowledge that they can put to work immediately, to help their business succeed.
April Heavens – Woodcock is the Managing Partner of Touching Clients a Digital Marketing firm that specializes in Online branding. She works with small to mid-size companies to implement strategic marketing strategies to help their businesses grow from the inside out. She has been a business partner with Constant Contact since 2006. April is an Authorized Local Expert of Constant Contact who presents regularly on email marketing and social media throughout the New England area.
Parking is available at the Providence Hilton Parking Garage: $3/3 hours. Bring ticket for stamping at the Library.