A Free Web 2 Marketing Workshop is Being Held at Wayne Community College in Detroit with Two Speakers who are Experts in the Field
Released on: February 16, 2008, 6:35 pm
Press Release Author: Right Now Marketing Group
Press Release Summary: This is a chance in a lifetime for small time business owners to grow into large entrepreneurs, increasing website traffic and growing your business with use of the internet
Press Release Body: Detroit, MI-Mark Maupin has expanded his field of expertise, while increasing his own real estate investing and teaching business. "Internet marketing is a huge development and I've taken quite an interest in it over the last few years," says Maupin. "I used to spend a fortune on advertising from paying the print shop for huge stacks of flyers to spots on radio shows and television. I have discovered that internet marketing is equally or more effective, and less costly, for increasing business," Mark explains.
Mark Maupin wants to see all people succeed in business; he will be hosting a free workshop to share his knowledge with others. He looks forward to meeting and networking with people in all fields of business. Some of the topics that will be covered at this event are Web 2.0 Marketing, Market Research, Landing Page Specifics (how to get people to come to you), Traffic Generation, Product Creation and Outsourcing your Business.
Greg Caesar and Ty Cohen are internet marketing consultants who have helped tens of thousands of people grow their businesses. They will speak at a one-day workshop for anyone interested in ramping up their business with the internet.
Mark looks forward to this event on March 8, 2008, from 8:30am till 3:30pm, at the Downtown Campus of Wayne Community College at 1001 W. Fort Street; Detroit, Mi 48226. Receive a bonus internet DVD by confirming your attendance at firstname.lastname@example.org and by being on time.
Find out more about Mark Maupin by visiting his website at http://www.megaeveningevent.com/
Mark's workshops and networking reaches out to Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw and Livingston Counties, including Addison Township, Auburn Hills, Berkley, Beverly Hills, Commerce Township, Farmington, Ferndale, Highland Township, Holly, Keego Harbor, Livonia, Northville, Novi, Redford, Southfield, Westland, Detroit, Dearborn, Riverview, Romulus, Taylor, Trenton, Ann Arbor, Bridgewater, Ypsilanti, Brighton City, Marion Township, Putnam Township, Unadilla Township, Village of Pinckney and more.