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Social Media Sales Tactics


Selling in the 21st century has changed. But then again, it hasn't. Learn to use all of the latest social media tools to enhance the classic steps within the sales process. Let's get social with digital marketing that works.

According to HubSpot:

  • 52% of all marketers have found a customer via Facebook in 2013. 
  • 43% of all marketers have found a customer via LinkedIn in 2013. 
  • 36% of all marketers have found a customer via Twitter in 2013. 


What about your business? Have you found customers using social media this year? Have you found customers using social media ever? If not, you might be doing it wrong or (gasp!) not doing it at all. 

Join internationally recognized social media expert Phil Gerbyshak as he shares how to do social media the RIGHT ways! Learn how to set up and really optimize your social channels to reflect who you are and what you do. With online media being the fastest growing way to promote your business, take advantage of the most cost effective ways to gain exposure, reach and grow your audience, and understand your true value to them. 

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Fee: $139
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