WRAL /CBC’s Digital Elements Team cordially invites you to a seminar on the newest trends in digital marketing. We’ll cover the basics and help illustrate the power, potential, and value of a strong online presence for your business. Enjoy breakfast, networking, and a tour of the WRAL-TV studios. While you’re here, don’t miss the spectacular WRAL Azalea Garden! All attendees are eligible for our raffle. (Our last lucky winner walked away with a Durham Bulls VIP Package!) You won’t want to miss this!
Register for Our Next Free Seminar
Wednesday, January 27th, 2016 at 9:00 am
Our next seminar will cover Reputation Management Strategy.
Word of mouth is still one of the best ways to obtain and retain business. But with the abundance of online reviews, websites like Angie’s List, Yelp, Google+ and more, businesses are progressively having a difficult time keeping up with their online reputation.
Approximately 70% of consumers admit they trust online reviews. In today’s world, your online reputation is your most valuable asset. It is vital to know where your business is being reviewed and continuously build new ratings.
This session will provide practical techniques to guide you in encouraging your customers to write reviews along with strategies on responding to reviews, and garnering positive feedback. It is all about public perception . . . Let’s talk Reputation Management Strategy!
It was a fast paced, in depth, informative meeting! We covered the many options of web marketing including all the latest “whistles and bells”. Those who attended generally felt that meeting with Digital Elements will help better organize and strategize their own digital marketing efforts.
Thank you to Digital Elements for an informative presentation on digital marketing and a tour of the WRAL TV studios! Feeling Smart!
Thanks again for offering such a needed workshop for small businesses without experienced IT and Web teams. I learned a lot and have already started sharing my new knowledge with my K-to-College STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) students.