West Points

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Let's face it, you're busy!

by Heather Gurewitz
Mendocino Women's Business Center Director
So, in addition to making your products, delivering your service, you also have to track your finances, manage your books, and well, make your business run. Not much time left for marketing is there? And now, with the "infinitely expanding" marketing universe, it's even harder to figure out whether you should be running that newspaper ad or simply creating a Facebook page. While the economy may be starting to rebound a bit, things are still tight, and as a business owner you have to make the most of every minute of your time. You don't have time to dink around with a blog every week, or spend hours sifting through Facebook. Sure, setting up a Facebook page or a LinkedIn profile is easy. It is even fairly easy to set up a blog and a website these days, but the question remains....

Are they generating any sales?
Are they a valuable  use of your time?

Zero Budget Marketing on Wednesday, March 16th, from 5:30-7:30 is a 2-hour workshop for existing business owners that want to maximize the use of the free marketing tools available. Just because everyone else has a Facebook page for their business, does that mean you should too? Come find out. We will use a decision making model to compare the various avenues you can use to market your business, and come out with some clear actionable goals. And, to make it easier, attendees are eligible for one-on-one consulting (all consulting by West Company is covered through our WBC and SBDC programs at no cost to client) to help you refine and implement your strategy! This workshop is a great investment, its two hours of time that can save you hundreds of dollars and hours.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER with our new online registration system!

Disclaimer: This class is NOT a "how to" class. We won't show you how to create a Facebook page, or tell you how to set your privacy settings, information specific to each business and program will be covered in one-on-one consulting sessions (again, at no cost to client).

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