Build a BRAND Workshop Goes Digital – Laura Willis

May 22, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Figuring out your brand and keeping it consistent has always been a challenge for small businesses. We the major influence of social media and all the digital platforms it’s become almost impossible. At Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber, Laura Willis from Willis Works Communications gave this great session on branding designed for small..

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Introduction to Agile Development – Barrett Simms

May 20, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Agile Marketing is pretty new and looks like it will take over how we market a lot like how social media has taken over how we communicate and build community around us.  Agile Marketing comes to us from agile software development – the same principles apply, just to marketing development and implementation instead of software..

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What is SEO? – Tricia White

May 17, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

This clip “What is SEO?” is from Tricia Whites’ What is SEO session at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. Search Engine Optimization has been a huge topic for a long time.  With the drive towards content marketing and social media taking center stage, traditional SEO has started to take a back seat. The..

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Linkedin Company Pages – Kaitlyn Pintarich

May 16, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

This clip “Linkedin Company Pages” is from Kaitlyn Pintarich’s Leveraging Linkedin to Grow Your Business session at Tech Day Camp – United Regional chamber. Linkedin is used by a lot of professionals – but mostly on a personal level. Kaitlyn covers the company pages because there is not as much information out on them. Over..

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How to Write a Great Tweet – Julie Campbell

May 15, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by 1 Comment

This clip “How to Write a Great Tweet” is from Julie Campbell’s Twitter 101 session at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. Julie’s session was one of the best attended sessions there with lots of great questions and information.  She shared 6 different things to keep in mind for your tweets. How to write..

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Facebook for the Business Professional – Tammy A Jacobsen

May 14, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Facebook is a huge network for sharing information. Here is a video from Tammy Jacobsen’s presentation at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Valley “Facebook for the Business Professional”. If done well it can provide great value to your customers and potential customers.  You can communicate with and interact with them to build relationships. Make..

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Microsoft Office: Tips and Tricks

May 9, 2013 | posted in: News and updates, Notes from Past Events | by

Regardless of what type of computer or tablet you are using, the vast majority of us do use Microsoft Office. Here is a clip on the Format Painter in Microsoft Office from June Bertucci’s “Microsoft Office – Tips & Tricks” at Tech Day Camp United Regional Chamber.  It’s something that I never used, mainly because..

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Content is YOUR Job – Shea Baker

Thing #5 from Shea Baker’s “10 Things to Know Before Starting a Website” at Tech Day Camp – United Regional Chamber. Shea defines content as every bit of text or copy that goes on your website.  There is no magic button that creates content for your site – it all must come from you.  So..

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Create the Right Content – Jeff Cutler

February 25, 2013 | posted in: Notes from Past Events | by

Jeff Cutler, a freelance/social media journalist with 21 years experience in traditional and new media, gave a great presentation on developing the right content for your social media marketing mix.  Jeff is a guest blogger on several large blogs and currently runs 21 of his own – Jeff Culter.com. Here is a clip from his..

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