City of Snohomish Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Debbie Emge, emge@www.SnohomishWA.gov, 360-282-3197
TWO-PART SEMINAR IN SNOHOMISH FOR BUSINESSES WHO WANT TO EXTEND THEIR REACH THROUGH RESULTS-BASED INTERNET MARKETING
Todd Huotari, owner of Inquisitek, in collaboration with the City of Snohomish Economic Development and Joy A. Burke Copywriting Services, has put together a two-part seminar on demystifying the internet and how you can use it to get prospects coming to you.
When asked how this seminar will be beneficial to attendees, Todd didn’t hesitate. With an easy smile, he clearly and definitively broke it down, “The seminar will cover no-cost techniques for market research and planning, how to build an online marketing platform, and how to get prospects coming to you.” You might have heard the old adage, “Content is King.” A lot of internet marketing centers around content. Joy, owner of Joy A. Burke Copywriting Services, will lead us into covering some specifics about the importance of creating good content and how to do it.
Both events will be held at Snohomish City Hall, 116 Union Ave., Snohomish, WA 98290 The first session will take place on Monday, March 31st from 9-10am and the second will be two weeks later on Monday, April 14th. Register at www.inquisitek.com to reserve your spot. The seminar is limited to 15 attendees. Many business owners feel overwhelmed with the idea of online marketing and growing their online presence. Even a simple website can seem daunting. At a simple $20 fee per session, Todd will equip you with the tools you need to take what was once overwhelming and use it for practical business means. Do the math: what is it costing you right now by not having an online platform and marketing strategy? Be sure to mark your calendar for this upcoming two-part seminar on how you can use the internet to get prospects coming to you. But this seminar does come with a warning: Do not come if you are not interested in growing your business. About Snohomish: Snohomish, Washington is committed to promoting economic vitality and preserving historic character. As one of the oldest cities in Snohomish County, Snohomish has a current population of 9,200. Established in 1859, the city is located thirty miles north of Seattle. Snohomish's historic business and residential districts are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Recent developments make Snohomish one of the best places to live, work and experience life. See more on the city’s web site at www.SnohomishWA.gov or on Facebook www.facebook.com/SnohomishWA or Twitter @ExperienceSnohomish