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ABC’s of Social Media and How to Utilize it for Your Business Webinar

Encore entrepreneurs as they are known, bring diverse life experiences and skills that are ideally suited for business ownership as a second or perhaps third career. Roughly one in four individuals in the 50+ demographic are interested business ownership and it remains the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States.

In association with AARP and hosted by ACT-IAC, join the Washington Metro Area District Office, SCORE Mentor, Mr. Walter Abbott, and Romona Foster, a social media trainer and consultant, as they discuss the basics of social media and how to maximize it for your business.

 

DC Web Women’s Code(Her) Conference

View highlights from the 2014 DC Web Women’s Code(Her) Conference

How to Manage Your Social Media in 60 minutes or less Webinar

Arlington Biz Launch and Greater Washington Hispanic Chamber of Commerce webinar, “How to Manage Your Social Media in 60 minutes or less”

Google Hangout and How Small Businesses Can Use It For Content Marketing

You may have heard about the “new” (well, not so new anymore) social media platform called Google+.

If you don’t already use it, there’s a multitude of reasons why you should have a presence on Google+, from SEO value to thought leadership. One big reason you should try Google+, a reason often missing from many lists, is the Google Hangout.

A Google Hangout is a tool that allows you to have a group conversation. You can capture photos, share your screen, and message friends. You can also turn any Hangout into a live video call with up to 10 friends. It’s essentially Skype for more than 2 people. Once you hit the “broadcast” button on your Google Hangout, your Google+ connections can watch your video live on your Google+ page. The video will also be posted to your YouTube account to allow for promotion after you’ve held your Hangout.

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Interview with Kristen Curtiss: Solution Provider Then and Now Google Hangout

Watch as Kristen Curtiss speaks to three of Constant Contact’s Solution Providers, Craig Yaris of Social Ribbit, Romona Foster of Admin Tech Consulting and Michael Neuendorff of Speak Well and Sell as they tell us about their Small Business experiences as well as National Small Business Week 2013.