So, you wanna be a social media and online marketing guru? Here's one way to learn how!
A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a post that garnered quite a bit of attention:
In a way, this was meant to be a manifesto of sorts, in order to encourage two distinct groups of people:
- Brand-new members here on ActiveRain
- Anyone who happened to read it who had not already grasped the importance of social media/marketing yet
With that in mind, starting this Friday, you have an opportunity to be part of a very thorough 12-week webinar series via Domus Consulting, with very little cost or risk (fully refundable during the first two weeks), as a special offer for my friends.
It's a great opportunity to learn a LOT about social media from the comfort of your own home or office.
I've been attending the same series which started several weeks ago (now in week 5) and I am impressed with the power of their social media marketing system. In fact, I was so impressed and interested that I contacted Pat Kitano and Kevin Boer (the Domus guys) to see how I can work together with them to develop a real estate newswire site for the Austin and/or Texas markets.
I think their specific methods of broadcasting market news to consumers will actively engage potential clients and revolutionize real estate marketing. I hope to bring their system concepts to my networks in Texas and Active Rain.
It's one hour per week on Fridays (starts at 10:30 am Pacific time, 12:30 Central).
If you can't make every single one of them, don't sweat it, because each episode is saved in a Tivo-type format for later viewing and the notes are made available to you.
Normally, they charge $299 for this series, but they are offering it for just $149 with this offer! This breaks down to $12.42/hour of training. This is simply UNBEATABLE in my opinion.
To sign up now, visit: http://budurl.com/social1
(In case you wondered, I am using a link I created on Budurl.com in order to track the number of clicks there - I highly recommend this service.)
Overall, these guys really seem to know their stuff, and I thought it had more than enough value to sign up, too. Hope to see/hear you there.
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