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Marketing Summit 2013

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 34 Rogers Rd Haverhill MA 01835  See map

Marketing Summit 2013, is a half-day event sponsored by leading experts who will guide businesses on how/where to use marketing to generate increased revenue in 2013.  Topics include: where does marketing fit in the priorities and strategy of a business, what advertising and promotional strategies really work, where does social media fit, and how to maximize the potential of your website.


Marketing Summit 2013 - February 15, 2013


8:00 AM -12:30 PM


Friendesha Café & Conference Center


34 Rogers Road, Haverhill, MA


Cost $69. Preregistration is required.


Includes continental breakfast and 1:1 access to the experts following the summit.


Great companies are great at marketing. At the Marketing Summit 2013 businesses will:


1. find out how to maintain certainty while establishing company goals and strategies in planning for success.


2. learn how to cut through the massive clutter and deliver your message to your new customers. Get the secrets to marketing budgeting, frequency, and follow up. 


3. learn how developing a strategy and plan for social media marketing means your organization will be successful.


4. learn the top four mistakes most website owners make and the three things you can do immediately to increase your search rankings.


Expert Speakers:


Scott Simons, C.S. Simons Consulting of Atkinson NH


Dianne McDermott, McDermott & Company Marketing of Haverhill MA


Sarah Coletti, King Consulting of Haverhill MA


Cheryl Perkins, Cheryl K. Perkins & Associates of Newton NH


For complete information on speakers, topics and registration visit www.MarketingGeneratesRevenue.com

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