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How to Market your Business on a Budget

  • Online Fremantle, WA 6060 Australia (map)

There are plenty of simple DIY marketing strategies you can put in place that will maximise your marketing without breaking the bank.

When you put some thought into your marketing tactics you can build a trustworthy business, steadily grow your customer base, retain your existing customers for longer and grow through your circle of influence. And when you take advantage of the free marketing opportunities on offer and the free software that will save you money then it’s a winning formula!

Topics covered include:

  • Your marketing benchmark
  • Nailing the short cuts and quick DIY ideas to build your customer database
  • Content marketing to build your online database
  • Tips for retaining customers
  • Making the most of testimonials
  • Could you be a good media story?
  • Social media in your marketing mix
  • Free things to support your marketing tactics

Please Note: 

  • As this training is delivered online you will need is a reliable internet connection and a desktop computer laptop or IPad/ Tablet. 
  • Once you register and pay for the training you will be sent the link (and also be reminded by email the day before that the training is scheduled).
  • If you don't receive the link you may need to check your junk spam folder as occasionally it gets filtered out.
  • You will also receive a copy of a workbook for you to print and use during the workshop.

Cost:  $20 (incl. GST)

Online link: We will email you with a link to hook up.

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Sherryn McBride - Marketing Talk

Sherryn McBride partners with entrepreneurial businesses looking to get more noticed, remembered and referred to through their marketing and customer service activities. A freelance marketing consultant, copywriter and industry trainer, Sherryn’s knowledge is drawn from 28 years experience managing state branches for national/multinational corporations and consultancies, in areas from market research, mining equipment and electrical consumer goods, to philanthropic marketing, arts administration and community partnership brokering.

Named one of 20 entrepreneurial women in the AIM’s Management Today Magazine, she was featured in the West Australian Business News, is a published “Success Story” on the SBDC’s website, and was included in the West Australian Newspaper’s SME Pathways Magazine.

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