The Better Social Business BlogJournalizing work in the trenches of all things web, social & interactive
On 23, Mar 2011
If you are a death care professional and need access to educational opportunities about social networking and social media, you may want to consider an upcoming webinar from my friends at Kates-Boylston Publications (KBP) entitled “Social Networking for Death-Care Professionals.”
I learned about this webinar from an email via LinkedIn I received from my peer and good buddy Thomas Parmalee, Editorial Director at KBP (thanks for sharing the webinar info, Tom!).
The 1-hour webinar on this important topic is being held on May 4, 2011 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. EST.
Topics the webinar will cover include:
- Strategies to build your brand on the Internet
- How providing valuable guidance and information can lead to sales
- Ways to manage your reputation online
- Tips on blogging and search engine optimization
- How social networking leads to sales
- The best ways to put your marketing dollars to work online
- How demographics on Facebook fit in with the funeral profession
If you are interested in learning more about this virtual educational opportunity focused on social media and death care, you should learn more by clicking here.
P.S. While I consider Tom to be a good buddy, I was not asked to plug this for him or KPB. I noted the topic and felt it would be relevant to anyone in this industry seeking to further immerse themselves in the subject of social media and its untapped value in death care.
TGIF to all
In between professional engagements, Mayra guest blogs and contributes content regularly to a number of publications both in and outside the Washington DC metro area. Mayra is also the editor of The Better Social Business Blog, "Pet Tech" columnist for the Virginia Maryland Dog Magazine, contributes an “e-Trends” column to the Loudoun Business Journal and is founder of the Loudoun Fairfax Local Bloggers Meetup group which mentors and helps local bloggers network, learn and exchange ideas.