Greetings, discerning readers!
MarketingProfs is running four new virtual seminars over the coming weeks, and there’s no better time to think about honing your marketing skills than this summer.
As our own fearless Roy Young puts it, “Summer is a time for resting and re-tooling.” And MarketingProfs is here to help you re-tool.
If you’ve never attended a MarketingProfs seminar, you’re in for a treat. Why? Because MarketingProfs seminars are wholly educational. They are not infomercials stocked with vendor pitches, fluff and PR.
That’s why we call our programs “virtual seminars” and not “Webinars” or “Webcasts.” Of course, that’s also why we charge for them.
If you want to attend one or more of our virtual seminars, you have two options. You can sign up to become a Premium Plus Member. Or you can pay for each seminar individually. (See the seminar descriptions via the link below for more information about becoming a Premium Plus Member or attending any of the seminars.)
The upcoming topics vary widely—from the psychological secrets of successful Web sites, to profitable B2B marketing, to the search secrets of Google. Read more about each of the four new offerings here.
As always, your feedback is both welcome and encouraged.
Until next week,