Social Media Marketing Made Simple

Free social media marketing seminar on Thursday, June 12

Paul J Bertschinger Community Center – Egg Harbor
7860 Highway 42

Social Media Marketing Made Simple

Door County Economic Development Corporation and the Door County Visitor Bureau are pleased to bring Udo Misch from NeoCloud Marketing, who is a Constant Contact Authorized Local Expert, back to Door County for essential training for local businesses on cost-effective tools that can help you build and maintain strong relationships with customers through email and social media marketing. Join us for a 90-minute program designed to educate you about effective and inexpensive tools to market your business, generate new revenue and increase your engagement.

This session will cover some of the strategies and best practices to get the most out of your social media activities including time management and measuring the return of your activities. We will talk about what social media marketing really is, how to incorporate it into your business life without losing productivity and look at how other businesses are using these low-cost tools to gain visibility, develop relationships and drive sales and response. We will discuss the various social media outlets that are available, how they interact together and ways to leverage their inherent strengths and to evaluate them for best use for your business or organization.

Whether you’re a restaurant, non-profit organization, manufacturer, resort or retail store, this free seminar can get you started on the path to greater and more successful customer relationships. You’ll leave this program with real-world insights and knowledge that you can put to work immediately to help your business succeed, just in time for the busy summer season.

To attend, please RSVP via e-mail to

Social Media Marketing Made Simple

Like the Industrial Revolution that changed business processes forever, the New Media Revolution represents a fundamental shift in the way people communicate with each other. Web sites, blogs, mobile apps, image sharing, social media and e-mail marketing each offer unique and impactful ways for businesses to stay connected with their clients and prospective clients. For seasonal businesses, this presents an opportunity to stay connected with your customers, even when your bricks and mortar location is closed.

Where traditional marketing tactics focused on blasting a one-way message and hoping it would resonate with a portion of the target market, new media marketing focuses on engagement and building an audience of loyal followers that are drawn to a given brands message and reputation. These new forms of communication provide real business value and present companies with the opportunity to develop deeper, more meaningful relationships with their target audience.

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