10 “Must Have” Digital Marketing Tools for Success
From the Sierra SBDC & the Placer Business Resource Center: Fine-Tuning Your Marketing Strategy to Come Back Stronger and More Focused Post Pandemic As we move into a post-pandemic economy, many businesses have both successfully pivoted by implementing new digital marketing strategies. During this three-part webinar series, we will discuss how businesses are balancing digital marketing with traditional promotional and advertising tactics; answer the question – “Is your business ready to come online?” and outline the 10 “must have” digital marketing tools and platforms business should consider for building brand awareness, driving sales and providing stellar customer services post pandemic and beyond.
Session Three: 10 “Must Have” Digital Marketing Tools for Success. If not prior to the pandemic, most businesses are now embracing digital technology as an effective way to communicate with their customers, promote their services, and sell their products directly online. With the array of digital tools and social media platforms available, business often struggle maintaining an effective digital marketing strategy with so many options. The final webinar in this 3-part series will take a deep-dive into the top 10 digital marketing tools businesses are using to reach their audience, strengthen their business’ brand and generate revenue — all virtually.
Free 3-Part Webinar Series
September 20th 12-1:00PM
September 22nd 12-1:00PM
September 24th 12-1:00PM
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About the Presenter
For over two decades, Ms. Lani Lott, President of L. L. Consulting, has conducted training events, webinars and provided business advising for numerous SBDC’s across Northern and Central California addressing both operational and marketing issues such as e-commerce, social commerce, virtual networking, digital marketing, social media, business planning, market research, customer service, hospitality and tourism sector needs, retail management, assessing capitol and funding needs.