Thursday, November 8, 2018
What can newspapers learn from a professional marketer? Join Michael Libbie from Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications for Five in 24. Five things your business can do in twenty-four hours to remanufacture your brand and…sell more. During the webinar you will learn:
- Less is More – People have the attention of a goldfish;
- Mobile vs. Desktop – Who is winning the battle and can your content be seen;
- Video – A powerful tool if done correctly;
- Creative – What works and what needs work;
- Email Campaigns – Data and tracking;
- Know Your Consumer – Does your message match what consumers want/need;
- Three Reasons – There are only 3 reasons people are not buying what you are selling.
Join us for a deep dive into marketing for…business.
1:00 pm - Central Time
**SNPA Members can now register free! Contact [email protected] for details!**
*Registrations submitted after deadline are subject to $10 late fee. Registrations accepted until the day of the webinar. Log in instructions will be sent 48 hours ahead of scheduled program. If you are interested in participating but are unable to attend the live webinar, we encourage you to sign up anyway. As part of your webinar package, you will receive free access of the archive of this webinar by registering for the live session.
Michael P. Libbie is a marketing expert, broadcaster, public speaker and business owner. He has helped hundreds of non-profit and for-profit corporations better market their products and services through Insight Advertising, Marketing & Communications. Libbie is the founder and host of Insight on Business the News Hour, which can be heard daily in podcast form as well as on News/Talk 1540 KXEL each Sunday at 2 p.m. He also serves as the executive director of the Windsor Heights Chamber of Commerce, is an international public speaker on topics such as effective communication, branding and marketing. Libbie has also been the spiritual leader of the Jewish Congregation of Mason City — Adas Israel — for the past 30 years.