First Financial 


Tuesday, April 19
Networking & Light Breakfast - 8:30am
Seminar - 9:00am

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First Financial 
1800 Rt. 34 North, Bldg. 3, Suite 302
(Corner of Rt. 34 & Hurley Pond Rd.)
Wall, NJ 07719

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Learn from Social Media Marketing Consultant, Deborah Smith:
How to navigate Twitter and make a first impression
• Twitter rules and lingo
• Monitor your brand and your competition
• Turn fans into followers
• Advanced search techniques, and more!

Our last Twitter Seminar sold out quickly!
Be sure to register today to reserve your spot!

*Cost to attend is $10.00 which must be paid in advance, and there will be no refunds.  You may register with a Credit Card via Pay Pal, or send a check in advance.  If you are sending a check, please list 4/19 Twitter Seminar in the memo portion and address it Attn: Marketing.

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About the speaker:  

Deborah Smith is a social media marketing consultant and coach to small and medium sized businesses. Deborah got her start in social media 10 years ago when she launched her ecommerce business which operates a network of websites serving the Nanny Industry.  She began employing email groups, chat rooms and online message boards as marketing and networking tools well before the term "Social Media" was ever conceived.  When the new tools like Blogs, Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn emerged, Deborah was an early adopter because she had already witnessed the power social media could offer a small business.

In 2007, she launched her first blog,, which now welcomes over 13000+ visitors per month.  She is also the owner of a Social Network just for nannies called which has over 900 members and is the most successful networking platform in the Nanny industry.   Her Twitter account @jerseybites has over 3000 followers while the Jersey Bites Facebook page has over 800 fans.  On LinkedIn, her connections are just shy of 4000 people worldwide.