Local experts to co-host seminar on holiday marketing in Vail, Nov. 10
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What: Holiday marketing seminar.
When: 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 10.
Where: The Grand View, 395 E. Lionshead Circle, Lionshead Parking Structure, Vail.
Cost: Free for Vail Chamber and Business Association members, or $25 for nonmembers.
More information: Register online at bit.ly/ruleyourmarketing.
VAIL — The Vail Chamber and Business Association and Mobloggy will offer a marketing seminar about Small Business Saturday and other seasonal, retail opportunities today from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. at The Grand View in the Lionshead parking structure in Vail.
This class is designed to help small businesses and nonprofits in the Vail area learn how they can participate in free, nationally organized promotions, as well as how to create offers that will drive business. The session will cover:
• Registering your small business for Small Business Saturday,
• Selecting the right offer for your ideal audience,
• Creating a quick and effective promotional plan,
• Designing an offer that stands out, especially on mobile,
• Reaching new customers and spreading the word using social media
• Keeping the holiday momentum going through the new year.
Rebecca Ruck, Mobloggy owner, and Katie Nelson, Mobloggy search-engine marketing consultant, will present at the event.
Mobloggy is a digital marketing agency located in Minturn. It offers blogging, social media, content marketing, internet marketing strategy and branding, website design and development and more. The company’s mission is to have fun, connect with the community, provide valuable information and be memorable.
The Vail Chamber & Business Association’s mission is to responsibly advocate for economic development and communication capacity for the Vail merchant community that will foster strong collaborative relationships and revenue development opportunities for its membership.
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