“The Power of Email Marketing” – FINE Meeting 12/12

3 12 2012

CCToday, more than ever before, business success is measured by the strength of the relationships each business builds. You’ll learn how to build those relationships using easy, inexpensive and highly effective email marketing! We will explore the basics of what email marketing is, why it works so well, how it easily integrates with social networking sites, and how to use it in your business planning and marketing strategy to achieve special goals. You will learn email marketing best practices and how easy it is to implement them.

Our speaker is Ellen Williams, Regional Development Director, Constant Contact, an email marketing service provider. She has over 20 years of technology and marketing experience and has presented to over 4,000 small businesses, nonprofits, and associations. Her advice on best practices help organizations understand how to build great customer relationships that inevitable grow their businesses.

The author of It’s About Time: Time Management Tips From The Software Revitalist™,  Ellen has been published in numerous magazines including Crain’s New York Small Business, The New York Enterprise Report, Self-Employed Professional, and Success.

The meeting, on 12/12, from 9:30 to 11:00, starts with networking, followed by a welcome and each attendee giving their 30 second elevator speech, followed by our speaker and more networking. It takes place at the Wilton Library, in the President’s Room on the second floor. The library is located at 137 Old Ridgefield Road in Wilton Center, just off Route 7.

There is no admission charge, however a $5 donation will help cover the room rental expense. You are welcome to bring in coffee or other refreshments, there is a Starbucks and Steve’s Bagels nearby.

Note new time – 9:30 to 11:00. We changed to a later start time in response to the rush hour traffic a number of people encounter.



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