If you missed our packed out program today, you can still view the presentation slides right here. If you have any questions or would like to meet one-on-one with a Business Services Advisor, let us know!
Last year we offered webinars for the first time as a new service and convenience to our busy entrepreneurs. You responded so positively that we are offering them every month in 2017! We're kicking the year off with a demo of our favorite databases for small businesses and personal use. If you've never explored our databases here at the library you won't want to miss next week's webinar! Wednesday, January 25th 12 - 1 pm. Register HERE.
We jumped right into social media marketing for the first program of 2017! If you missed it you can still browse the content right here. We are available for individual one-on-one appointments if you would like to follow up and discuss how Pinterest can compliment your existing marketing toolbox. Just call the library to schedule your time with a Business Services Specialist.
Facebook, Twitter, blogs, Instagram, enewsletters and email, which social media platform will work best for your business? To learn more about these platforms and how they can help your business view the presentation or request an appointment with a Business Services staff member.
This program was geared toward our job seekers with the intention to inspire an alternative to the job search, however, it could easily apply to the individual who is currently employed but intrigued with the idea of starting something on the side! If you missed the program on Monday, feel free to check out the presentation right here. And as always, don't hesistate to contact one of us here in business services for more direction or a one-on-one appointment.
If you missed our DIY Graphics & Images program this morning you can still catch some of the resources and tips we discussed. Our attendees had a chance to dabble inside of Canva.com and design their first graphic for thier business! The tools we covered are practical and easy to use for both creative entrepreneurs and the not-so-creative entrepreneur.
Everyone knows that images get a better response on social media but how do you find resources that are quick and easy and won't break the bank? Join us for a fun hands on program next week where I'll show you how to design your own graphics for social media marketing. The beauty of doing it yourself allows you to brand your images and marketing campaigns so they have a consistent look. It also allows you to tweek them for different social media platforms. Plus it's easy! No creativity required. Register here for our Tuesday morning class!
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