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Social Media 101: A Roadmap to Winning Customers

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Social Media 101: A Roadmap to Winning Customers

Do you have questions about the best way to market your new or existing small business? Should you use print or online advertising, social media (Facebook, Twitter), build a website, and what about networking? Small business owners, AARP, and the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) will answer your questions during a free, hour-long webinar, including:
  • Developing a marketing plan
  • Using social media
  • Building a website
  • Sizing up the competition
  • And, more

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