How to Engage (or enrage) Your Online Community to Build Your Business!

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After this week, my credibility on building community online may be a little tarnished, (however unique daily visitors have gone up considerably) but, this event was scheduled long before:

Are you interested in new ideas that you can use to engage your online community to grow your business? The August 2012 New Media Dayton 2nd Friday meetup will feature a panel of social media and business leaders that will share strategies and tips to help you become more engaging in your social media efforts. These ideas can be applied immediately .. so don’t miss out!

The panel includes Alma Sove, Attorney from Sove & Sove LLC; Sue Reynolds, Social Media Analyst at R+L Carriers, and David Esrati from The Next Wave. This is going to be a great experience that you don’t want to miss. Sign up TODAY.

Register for your free admission: Engage Your Online Community to Build Your Business! – Eventbrite.

New Media Dayton is a great local group that hosts totally FREE events where you can learn about Social Media.

Next Friday, August 10, 2012, at 9:30 A.M. at Far Hills Community Church, 5800 Clyo Road, Centerville OH 45459 you can come heckle me in person- and maybe even learn something.


location moved: Kettering Recreation Complex – Conference Rm 1 2900 Glengarry Dr Dayton, OH 45420

We’ve been teaching our seminar since 2005 and I’ve given presentations across the country about WordPress, Open Source Content Management Systems, Customer Relationship Management, Comment Moderation and Organic Search Engine Optimization.

Again, the event is free. I’ll be talking about why I blog for business and for the community on this site and what you can expect to accomplish as well as tips and tricks to get more visits to your site and calls to your business.

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