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Monday, November 18, 2019 from 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM PST
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Webster University 
32 Discovery, #250
Irvine, CA 92618
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 A no-charge event sponsored by:

Funded (in part) through a Cooperative Agreement with the U.S. Small Business Administration


5 Hutton Centre Drive, Ste 900
Santa Ana, CA 92707


Digital Marketing Tips to Help Take Your Business to the Next Level

Digital Marketing is without question the fastest, most affordable and effective way to generate leads, increase sales and grow your business.  Discover which digital marketing tools offer the biggest bang for the buck, find out what’s hot and what’s not and walk away with a list of actionable items designed to adrenalize your business, generate quality leads and take your business to the next level. 

This session is designed to help you harness the power of Digital Marketing and we will explore the topics listed below and more:

• Website Optimization; What it is & Why You Need It?
• Marketing Automation & Lead Generation 
• Google AdWords – Is pay-per-click advertising right for your business?
• Social Media + Facebook Ads – Do You Have What it Takes to Succeed?
• SEO (Search Engine Optimization) – Why SEO is a No-Brainer for Every Business?
• Videos – Great R.O.I. & More Affordable than You Might Think
• Google Analytics – Information is Worthless if You Don’t Use It

Victoria Byrne, founder of Creative Marketing Services, is the presenter of this workshop. Victoria has helped small businesses, entrepreneurs and start-ups maximize their online web development, digital marketing and lead generation potential with strategically planned, creative and cost effective marketing initiatives for over 18 years.  She's a Certified Constant Contact Solution Provider and regularly shares her marketing expertise at workshops and training seminars.

(Registration/Check-in 10:00 to 10:30 AM)



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