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Owning An Online Business...Structure, Development, and Marketing

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Owning An Online Business...Structure, Development, and Marketing

The next in the continuing series of webinars hosted by AARP and the Small Business Administration (SBA) focuses on aspects of starting and owning an online business.

Areas of discussion in this include:
  • Unique steps involved in starting an online business.
  • Expanding your current small business to include an online presence.
  • Marketing, including the use of online (Google, Bing) and social networking (Twitter, Facebook) platforms and techniques.

We will include time for questions during the live webinar. If you would like to submit your questions in advance of the webinar, send them to moneywebinars@aarp.org. Register now to join us on Tuesday, June 25 at 2pm ET.

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