May 15, 2008

Hear Stephanie Diamond, Andy Wibbels, and Roger C. Parker Reveal How to Build a Compelling Brand on the Web and Attract an Endless Stream of Customers

If you are like many small business owners, you know that building a strong online brand is important. It can be a powerful way to reach potential clients and customers - but only if you get it right.

Build an online presence that tells a compelling story and you will attract an endless stream of clients and fans in no time! Build a site without considering the 7 key elements you need in order to reach customers and you've got a big problem. And, here's a hint. It's not just about building a nice-looking site or blog. Your online brand can be your greatest asset or worst nightmare, so you don't want to skip any of the steps.

On Thursday, May 15 at 3 pm Eastern, tune in to hear former AOL Marketing Director, Stephanie Diamond, discuss how to choose the right strategies to successfully marketing your business on the web. You will not only hear Stephanie talk about her new book, Web Marketing for Small Businesses, but you will learn how to:

  • design your website or blog so that it's easy for customers to buy
  • tell a compelling story, so that your web visitors become raving fans
  • choose the right tactics and tools for marketing on the web
  • answer the four key questions that you must get right to build a successful online brand

You will not only hear practical and specific strategies from Stephanie but also get a chance to learn from top business experts, including:

  • Andy Wibbels, author of Blogwild! and Marketing Manager with Six Apart
  • Roger C. Parker, bestselling author and founder of Published and Profitable

Can’t make the live call? Go ahead and register for the call and we’ll send you an email with a link to the recording. You don’t want to miss this call – even if it means listening to it on your iPod.

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When you register, you will also receive access to the entire AuthorTeleseminars.com library and receive invitations to future book tours with authors like Seth Godin and Michael Port. If you do not wish to receive anything else from Elizabeth Marshall or AuthorTeleseminars.com after this call, you can unsubscribe at any time.

Grab a copy of copy of Stephanie’s new book, Web Marketing for Small Businesses, to build a bigger, better business!  Click here to order.

 

Here’ s Your Chance to Meet Stephanie and an All-Star Lineup of Experts Without Leaving Your Office or Spending a Dime

Don’t miss this special opportunity to hear Stephanie talk about how to position yourself on the web and know how to choose the right strategies for marketing your business.

Stephanie Diamond is the author of Web Marketing for Small Businesses and founder of Digital Media Works, Inc. is a seasoned 25+ year management/marketing professional with experience building profits in a broad range of product and services businesses.

She has demonstrated experience in marketing, product development, e-commerce, project management and operations.

She worked for eight years as Marketing Director at AOL. When she joined AOL there were less than 1 million subscribers.

She created a highly successful line of multimedia software products that sold millions of copies for America Online and has developed unique business strategies and products for a variety of companies. She has worked for such media companies as AOL Time Warner, Redgate New Media and Newsweek, Inc.

Andy Wibbels is the author of Blogwild! A Guide for Small Business Blogging. He is also an award-winning blogging evangelist that has been blogging for seven years and teaching companies all over the world how to use blogs and related technologies to save time, make money and build their business.

His blog was named "Best Marketing Blog" by Marketing Sherpa in 2005 and 2006 He has appeared in The Wall Street Journal, Fortune Small Business, Entrepreneur, Wired, USA Today and other national and international media as an expert in blogging for business.

Roger C. Parker is a graphic designer, design educator, and best-selling author. Roger's best-selling Looking Good in Print: A Guide to Basic Design for Desktop Publishing. Roger's book launched hundreds of thousands of design careers and encouraged a broad spectrum of business owners to take a new look at the importance of design in marketing.

Recommended by the New York Times, for almost a year, Looking Good in Print was the Boston Public Library's most stolen book! It's currently in its 5th edition, over 20 years since its first introduction.

In addition to writing 38 books that have sold 1.6 million copies around the world, Roger C. Parker has presented hundreds of design and web marketing workshops throughout the United States and Australia. His coaching and consulting clients range from self-employed professionals to firms like Apple Computer, Microsoft, and Yamaha. Long associated with Jay Conrad Levinson and Guerrilla Marketing, Roger has interviewed hundreds of best-selling authors, designers, and marketing professionals.

 

Elizabeth Marshall is the Host and Founder of Author Teleseminars, a community that brings you the best and brightest authors and business experts. It’s a place where leading thought leaders come to spread their message and promote their latest books. Author Teleseminars officially launched with a two-call series promoting Seth Godin’s book, The Dip, in June of 2007, and has hosted calls with authors such as Chris Anderson, Tim Ferriss, Keith Ferrazzi and Dan Pink.

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When you register, you will also receive access to the entire AuthorTeleseminars.com library and receive invitations to future book tours with authors like Seth Godin and Michael Port. If you do not wish to receive anything else from Elizabeth Marshall or AuthorTeleseminars.com after this call, you can unsubscribe at any time.

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