Quick-Start Shoreline business seminar Tuesday, August 21

Monday, August 20, 2012

The Tuesday Quick-Start Shoreline Business Workshop for start-up, existing or potential business owners will be held on August 21st, 2012 from 12 noon to 1:30pm at Shoreline City Hall, 17500 Midvale Avenue N. The workshop is free; feel free to bring a snack or a brown bag lunch.



Mobile Marketing Options for Businesses

The number of mobile devices purchased each day is growing exponentially! The ability to connect and communicate everywhere we go is changing the world.   What does this mean to you as a business owner?  Mobile is here to stay, so it will be up to you to determine when and how you want to enter the mobile marketing arena.  


What you will learn:
In this workshop we will cover a number of options on how you as a business owner can leverage the mobile marketplace.  We will look at QR codes, mobile websites, mobile advertising, text marketing, and mobile apps.  Use one option or leverage multiple options in your marketing efforts.  We will cover each option and discuss how it can be used effectively to reach your target market.

As a result of the workshop, you will have an understanding of the mobile marketing options available today.  Once you understand mobile marketing basics, you will be able to plan when and how to implement mobile marketing for your business.

Cindy Hopper, App designer
About the presenter:
Cindy Hopper is a budding App designer and developer.  She designs and develops Apps for businesses to engage their customers to encourage customer retention and repeat business.

Cindy brings her business knowledge, online marketing, social media, and project management skills all to the table in creating an App. Through her company, Frog Pond Apps, she is bringing affordable Apps to small and medium sized businesses.

Cindy enjoys the constant learning required in this evolving new industry.  She predicts in three to five years, that having a business App will be a standard business practice; much like having a website is standard business practice today.


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