|When:|| April 27, Wednesday
2:00 pm to 3:00 pm (EST)
(details to follow after registration)
Jerry Allocca is an active voice on the internet and a skilled instructor with a gift for making the web easier to understand. He knows what busy people want: a concise, realistic introduction to the world of Internet Marketing. Through webinars, seminars, books and CORE Interactive Marketing, Jerry has helped hundreds of leaders to get started, with proven techniques for building online influence: attracting the right visitors, succeeding with social media and accelerating online business.
CEO’s, managers in charge of marketing and communications, and anyone who wants to get the maximum benefit from online marketing. You will come away with actionable ideas that you can put to work right away. And by attending, you can be part of Jerry Allocca’s network and will be able to access free and exclusive digital marketing resources to help you stay ahead of the curve.
Jerry explains the essential principles—in language that you'll understand. Discover why Social Media is fundamentally different from conventional marketing, and learn how to use the interactive nature of the web to get better results. He teaches successful methodologies–what works and what doesn’t – so that you’ll leave with strategies your organization can put to work right away. The Q&A section is one of the key parts of any CONNECTED CULTURE webinar, so prepare your questions about internet marketing and ask away.
|Presenter: Jerry Allocca
Author of "CONNECTED CULTURE," a book that has rapidly become one of the go-to resources in internet marketing, Jerry leads CORE Interactive Marketing, his own thriving practice. As a 13-year expert in the interactive world, he's not only a proponent of web marketing but a fully operating participant–and his enthusiasm for interactivity will rub off on you.
|Organizer: Craig Jennings
I am an entrepreneurial junkie. I graduated from Harvard and did graduate work at Columbia. After working for CBS and Merrill-Lynch for the first part of my life, I’ve started 8 businesses on my own, including a hi-tech computer training center, an award-winning advertising agency, and a commercial deep-sea diving business (in Africa). Now I coach small businesspeople out of the “small” part of business.