Newsletter: You don’t need one for your business in 2013, right? Well, guess again. Newsletters are a great way to stay connected with your community and share content. They can be a wonderful tool for directing customers to your website, promote your product, and even as part of a successful e-commerce system. Our February 2nd Friday event will be all about how you can use a newsletter as part of your overall business strategy. Come on out to your next event on Friday, February 8 @Fairhaven Church, 637 E. Whipp Rd in Dayton.
Bill Pote is the publisher and executive editor for Dayton Most Metro, an online magazine connecting people with things to see, do and get involved with in the Dayton Region with over 30,000 unique readers per month (and growing). Originally from Chicago, Bill moved to Dayton in 2001 and has lived downtown for the past decade where he has been involved in several initiatives to both improve and promote the urban core. (@DaytonMostMetro)
As Aileron’s Communications Manager, Jean Webster, develops and maintains client relationships through branding, marketing, and community relations. As the voice of Aileron, Jean keeps Aileron¹s private business community connected through Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, email newsletters and special events on and off campus. Jean developed Aileron¹s Social Media Strategy and has been managing and nurturing online relationships for several years. Jean is a social media facilitator and consultant to business owners and leaders. (@jeanmwebster)
Eric Brockman .. he’s a rockstar from the Dayton Art Institute. (@eebrockman)
The Panel will be facilitated by Scott Sliver of the Vineyard Church and The Hope Foundation of Greater Dayton. Scott is a long time New Media Dayton member! (@ScottSliver)
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