By: Andy Stetzinger
on Wednesday, May 09, 2012
To celebrate Small Business Week (16-25 may, 2012), Constant Contact, Inc., Marketing Gurus for more than half a million organizations worldwide, will host Get Down to Business: Helping You Reach Your Next Great Customer, a national series of free events business development focused on how small businesses can use email marketing and marketing in social media to engage with customers and the success of the business.
In the course of the week, more than 50 events carried out in the United States. Maryland, Virginia and Washington, DC, Get Down to business events to teach local business proven tips and tactics of marketing to the easy and effective participation of the practice, a subject dealt with in depth by Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact, the new commitment book marketing: how WINS small business in a socially connected world.? The session will focus on how attract new potential customers-, as well as ways to increase sales of the repetition - with the help of existing clients and social networks. Topics include the reasons for the involvement of the customer is so important and how it can be used to convert the passionate fans of networks to social enterprises of the new businesses of tomorrow, how to create the customer experiences that increase positive reviews from customers and guarantees, and practical advice on how to attract the people to join social networks and participation campaigns that increase visibility - and guarantees - for a business.Get Down to Business With Constant Contact In Washington DC
Events in Baltimore, MD, Richmond, Virginia, and Washington, DC, will be led by Gina Watkins, Director of Regional Development - Metro DC, Constant Contact and presentations of functions among the top industry experts in the marketing of the media of email and social, including Gail Goodman, CEO of Constant Contact.About Constant Contact, Inc.
Constant Contact is revolutionizing the success formula for small organizations through affordable, easy-to-use Engagement Marketing(TM) tools that help create and grow customer relationships. More than half a million small businesses, nonprofits, and associations worldwide rely on Constant Contact to drive ongoing customer dialogs through email marketing, social media marketing, event marketing, local deals, and online surveys. All Constant Contact products come with unrivaled KnowHow, education, and free coaching with a personal touch, including award-winning customer support.
For more information, visit http://www.constantcontact.com