Contact:  Nick Cavarra - SocialPunchMarketing



Wednesday July 22, 2015 from 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM PDT
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351 Paseo Nuevo
2nd Floor
Santa Barbara, CA 93101

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Parking Instructions:

75 minute FREE parking is available at the Paseo Nuevo shopping center. The best parking garage entrance is located at 730 Chapala St. near Macy’s. The shopping center is within walking distance of several other downtown parking lots that also offer the first 75 minutes FREE.

About the Presenter

Social Punch Marketing is a full service marketing company with a focus on helping you get the best results out of your Constant Contact account. We work with small businesses, non-profits, theaters, restaurants and real estate brokers. We excel at training our clients to use Constant Contact and understand best practices for email and social media marketing so they can deploy effective, results driven campaigns. But if you’d rather have us do it all for you, we’re happy doing that too!

SocialPunchMarketing founder, Nick Cavarra, has spoken at many conferences as an expert in Behavior Change and Social Impact Marketing including the 2012 San Diego Cause Marketing Conference, 2011 Behavior and Climate Change Conference and the 2011 PIRATES Nonprofit Cause Marketing Seminar.

With over 25 years of experience in marketing and entertainment, Nick has worked on water conservation campaigns with the Lower Colorado River Authority, Metropolitan Water District and the California Department of Water Resources, as well as energy conservation campaigns for Flex Your Power in California. He has developed campaigns to improve children’s education and nutrition (First 5 California); emergency preparedness (Office of the Los Angeles Mayor – Homeland Security Department), campaigns to discourage bullying and gang violence (Los Angeles Human Relations Commission Zerohour Program), as well as social media campaigns for education leaders (UCLA Extension). No stranger to production in radio, Nick launched and produced the business talk radio show 2MinutesWith (now Unfinished Business) with co-hosts Renee Fraser and Betsy Berkhemer currently airing on KFWB News Talk 980 in Los Angeles. He performed on Broadway as well as produced two award winning musicals in New York.

He is a 2011 Fellow of the Leadership LA program through the Southern California Leadership Network and is an active member of the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce.

He is a veteran of the 82nd Airborne Division, earning multiple letters of commendation, completing 32 parachute jumps, and was honorably discharged after serving from 1983-1986. He attended the USC School of Cinema and Television, with a BFA in Theater Arts.

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Nick Cavarra 
Social Punch Marketing 

Getting Started with Constant Contact - Optional Automate Your Email Marketing Bootcamp

This is a two part workshop... The first session is free and will cover Getting Started with Constant Contact with a full walkthrough of the product. The second session is a 3 hour paid bootcamp ($30) and will cover advanced email techniques including autoresponders, popup and sign up forms.


  • 9:45 AM Registration
  • 10:00 AM Getting Started with Constant Contact
  • 11:30 PM First Seminar Ends


What You Will Learn: Email is still the number one form of communication as email marketing is a powerful, cost-effective marketing tool which will help you grow your business, build stronger relationships with your clients and get more referrals. Constant Contact's Email marketing tools lead the industry and we will demonstrate how to use the tool.

How to Use Constant Contact - including Tips and Cool Tools - This comprehensive workshop gives you an in-depth knowledge of the tools, features, and techniques of Email Marketing with Constant Contact. You’ll leave ready to create professional-looking email communications that get real results.

  • Creating a branded template – change global colors and fonts
  • Upload a logo, create hyperlinks, add a video, and upload a document
  • How to make your emails Social Media friendly
  • The Top 10 Email Marketing Tips
  • Cool tools that make creating an email easy and fun!
  • New trends and additional sales tips!


Optional Automate Your Email Marketing Bootcamp (Cost is $30)

Session Time:  Noon - 3pm

We'll walk you through how to create auto drip email campaigns that will be sent automatically according to a preset schedule that you determine. Types of auto drip campaigns can be membership emails, mechandise emails, coupon emails, birthday and anniversary emails.  We'll also cover how to incorporate a pop up form to increase email sign ups to your list. 

Authorized Local Expert for Constant Contact


Participants should bring a working laptop with wireless Internet connection and have a current/up to date browser and OS. You must be familiar with your laptop and how to access the Internet using your laptop's wireless connection. Laptops are required. Tablets and iPads should not be used. No time will be spent to troubleshoot laptop issues.  Due to the limited length of the workshop we will not cover any programming nor will we set up accounts.  

Refund policy: Attendance to this bootcamp is by paid admission only, and is specifically associated with this date and venue. Registration/payment for this bootcamp cannot be transferred, traded, substituted or refunded. Once you have registered and paid for this bootcamp, NO refunds will be issued. Registrants for this bootcamp that subsequently can not attend the paid event, for whatever reason, will not have the cost of the event refunded, traded, and or credited. Your paid admission will simply be forfeited if you can not attend.

All of our workshops are highly educational and filled with best practices, tips and trends!

About workzones
Husband and wife team, Kirk Peacock and Pam Tanase, and their long time friends, Mike Franco and Lisa Riolo, were all self-employed professionals with home offices. One day over lunch, they started discussing how much they liked working from home, but agreed certain things were missing that prevented their respective situations from being nearly perfect.

A solution didn’t exist, so the group decided to create it. A year of comprehensive research, planning and design later–the first workzones was launched in Santa Barbara, California.
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