The Daily Item, Sunbury, PA


October 2, 2012

Worthy web workshop

Online marketing at heart of Mel Taylor seminar

Gain confidence about marketing your business online by attending one of three educational sessions of “Local Web Marketing 101 for Business” Oct. 9 presented by Mel Taylor, an Internet revenue and digital strategist.

Taylor specializes in helping local businesses succeed online. His presentation will provide information for those just getting started in web marketing as well as those needing a refresher in current digital marketing trends.

Each session will last less than an hour and a half. Two sessions (at 8 a.m. and at noon) will be held at the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, Route 11/15, Shamokin Dam, and the third session takes place at the Central PA Chamber of Commerce, 30 Lawton Lane, Milton, beginning at 4 p.m.

Attendees are encouraged to arrive 30 minutes prior to each session for registration, networking and refreshments.

Seminar topics include “ networking and refreshments.

Seminar topics include: “Getting Started With Little or No Expense,” “Common Mistakes To Avoid,” “Designing Ads That Work” and “Google, Facebook and Twitter Are Important, But Not Enough.” Registration deadline is Oct.

4. The cost to attend is $39 and includes one free ticket per business and free advertising space valued at $125 or more.

A $250 ad gift certificate will be given away at each session and one participant will win a Kindle Fire.

To register, contact Kelli Tyler at 286-3952 or ktyler@ or www.dailyitemweb101.


The seminar is presented by the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, The Central PA Chamber of Commerce and The DailyItem/The Danville News.

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