Webinar Provides Social Networking Tips

February 17, 2011
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Two Death-Care Experts to Share How to Boost Your Brand on the Internet

Build your brand, boost goodwill in your community and bolster sales with proven Internet strategies from two of the top experts on the topic in the death-care profession by registering for our Social Networking for Death-Care Professionals webinar, which will be

May 4, from 3 ? 4 p.m. Eastern Time.

Brian Hanner, co-owner of Geib Funeral Homes & Crematories in Ohio, will share how he developed a Facebook page with more than 2,100 fans and growing. While others are still deciding whether to get on social networking sites, he?s ramping up his involvement and making valuable connections for his funeral home.

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Chuck Gallagher, chief operating officer of American Funeral Financial, focuses on how to develop your persona as an expert online so that your community views you and your firm as the death-care expert. He?ll also share advanced Internet strategies to help you build your brand online.

Join Brian and Chuck as they team up to provide expert guidance to those who tune in to the Social Networking for Death-Care Professionals webinar. You?ll walk away knowing:

? Strategies to build your brand on the Internet

? How providing valuable guidance and information can lead to sales

? Ways to manage your reputation online

? Tips on blogging and search engine optimization

? How social networking leads to sales

? The best ways to put your marketing dollars to work online

? How demographics on Facebook fit in with the funeral profession

? And much more!

To register, call 800-500-4585 or visit the webinar page at Kates-Boylston Publications at www.katesboylston.com/webinars.

The cost to attend is $129 but subscribers of American Funeral Director or any other Kates-Boylston publication can register for just $99.

As families go online to ask questions and research end-of-life options, it?s important for you to be there to provide them with solutions. Use social media and other Internet strategies to develop, and find business. Don?t miss this important webinar.

Kates-Boylston Publications publishes American Funeral Director and American Cemetery magazines as well as Funeral Service Insider. The company also holds regular events to help death-care professionals boost their businesses. Learn more at www.katesboylston.com.

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