Free Digital Marketing Seminar for Local Businesses seeking to strengthen their web presence & boost revenue, presented by 202 Edge, along with TBO.com & The Tampa Tribune
TAMPA, Fla., Oct. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — 202 Edge powered by TBO.com, a full-service digital agency for the Tampa Media Group, today is announcing its presentation of a Digital Marketing Seminar designed for small businesses that want to build up their web presence and grow their business using Internet marketing solutions and strategies. The 90-minute seminar, presented along with partners TBO.com and The Tampa Tribune, features leading Internet marketing experts from Google, Constant Contact and VendAsta.
“This seminar will clearly provide local businesses an easy and fast way to more effectively connect to their community and target their buying audience,” said Travis Knight, digital sales manager at TBO.com. “With the opportunity to learn such an array of Internet marketing tips, we anticipate a large group of small businesses to attend with a strong expectation to increase their web presence, expand their customer base and drive revenue.”
Participants should expect to learn, among other effortless tips, how to:
-- Claim a small business' Google Place page -- Improve rankings in online search results -- Effectively leverage social media to promote a small business -- Maintain and enhance a local business listing on rating and review sites
The free seminar is scheduled for October 22, 2013, at The Tampa Tribune building, 202 S. Parker St. in Tampa, FL. There are three separate sessions available throughout the day to accommodate everyone. However, seating is limited. Prizes will be awarded during each session.
Interested small business owners may get more information and register for one of the three free sessions by visiting http://tbo.com/marketing-seminar or calling 813-489-5366.
About 202 Edge
202 Edge is a full-service digital agency for the Tampa Media (TMG). TMG owns The Tampa Tribune, TBO.com, The St. Petersburg Tribune, CENTRO Tampa, Hernando Today, Highlands Today, Suncoast News and Sunbelt Newspapers.
SOURCE The Tampa Tribune