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Boost your business - The dos and donuts of digital advertising

Join us in July for a workshop on the Dos and "Donuts" of Digital Advertising. Generating new leads can be exhausting and expensive, taking up your valuable time and resources. Many companies "donut" have the expertise necessary to create effective digital marketing strategies and instead find themselves overwhelmed by the effort needed to gain a lead and underwhelmed with their overall ROI.  
 
Join Caryn Butler, COO of Triton Commerce to learn why it doesn’t have to be that way! She'll cover what to do when it comes to digital marketing for the best results and a "sweet" return on investment.   
 
Attendees will gain insight into:

  •  Identifying the appropriate audience for your brand and offerings
  • Choosing the most effective strategy, platform, and medium
  • Measuring and adjusting based on results
  • DIY vs. outsourcing

Donuts will be provided at this workshop!

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Boost your business - The dos and donuts of digital advertising

Date

July 09, 2024

Time

8 am - 9 am

Location

Lone Spur Golf Club

2750 Sibley Memorial Hwy

Eagan, MN 55121

Presented by

Caryn Butler (SCORE Twin Cities)

Cost

$10

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