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Help for Navigating the Bumpy Road of Online Content Marketing

Register for a half-day seminar designed to keep businesses on the path to growth, profit and success.

It isn’t too far-fetched to say that the best method to reach the ideal customer changes daily. That is why most businesses, big or small, can use some direction as they navigate the media landscape.

On Friday, Jan. 24, 2014, 10 marketing professionals join forces to present “GPS: Growth. Profits. Success. Navigating Content Marketing in the Digital Age.” The half-day seminar takes place at the Kane County Cougars Conference Center, 34W002 Cherry Lane, Geneva, and begins with registration at 8:30 a.m.

The fast-paced event is broken into 15-minute presentations from each professional. The day concludes by 2 p.m. with a final panel discussion of all presenters. Lunch, morning snack, beverages, and a workbook are included in the fee.

A tiered price structure rewards those who sign-up early and those who send three or more from one organization.
•    Individual: an Early Bird Special of $197 expires on Sunday, Jan. 5
•    Groups of three or more: an Early Bird Special of $147 each expires on Sunday, Jan. 5
•    Individual price goes up to $247 after Jan. 5
•    A group of three or more is $197 each after Jan. 5    

Registration and more information about the program and speakers are available online at gps-seminar.com. The “Growth. Profit. Success.” symposium is designed to help business owners and marketers understand which marketing strategies will help their business succeed in the future, and the tools available for implementation.

Local businesses are invited to come with questions. They will leave with a clear understanding on how to better market their business in the New Year.

For more information, contact:
Brian Basilico
B2b Interactive Marketing
info@B2b-im.com
630-692-1431

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