Getting More Customers Workshop April 23, 2016

We are offering our “Getting More Customers” workshop 9:00am-1:30pm on Sat-Apr-23-16. Spend a morning working on your business with a mix of lecture, discussion with peer entrepreneurs, and reflection and writing. You will leave with a plan for getting the phone to ring and your inbox to fill with inquiries.

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Let’s face it, finding customers can be quite a challenge. In this interactive workshop, we will cover a variety of proven marketing techniques for growing your business: attendees will select one or two that fit their style and develop a plan to implement them in their business in the next 90 days.

  • Speaking – small groups, large groups, conferences, …
  • Writing – blogging, newsletters, articles, …
  • What Other People Say About You – referrals, testimonials, case studies, …
  • Getting Found When and Where Prospects are Looking: adwords, Craigslist, trade shows, SEO/SEM, …

Details and Registration

Register Now for Getting More CustomersWhen: Saturday, April 23, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM (lunch included)
Where: 1250 Oakmead Pkwy #210, Sunnyvale, CA
Cost: $97 early bird before April 9, $131 until April 23

“This workshop provided great material to bounce off of. SKMurphy created a fertile space for me to think about my business and plan a concrete step forward. Thank you.”
Paul Konasewich, Supportive Listening

A Hands On Highly Interactive Workshop

We are pleased to be collaborating with Bruce La Fetra of La Fetra Consulting in the delivery of the workshop. Bruce brings a wealth of marketing experience in particular for referrals and testimonials. He complements Theresa Shafer’s tactical practical get-stuff-done approach to lead generation and my content creation skills for writing, speaking, podcasting, and video. We will present a number of proven techniques for stimulating leads and inquiries that provide a basis for your lead generation efforts over the next 90 day in your business. We provide time for you to outline your specific approach and cap attendance at a dozen to allow for discussion and review of each attendees’s plan.

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