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Friday, November 19, 2010

Making Retail Blogging Easy

Blogging can be a great, cost-free marketing tool for you to build a larger, more loyal customer base, offer your expertise, increase search engine optimization, and keep customers and potential customers coming back to your store again and again to buy more products. In this webinar I am giving in conjunction with Gift Shop magazine and Retailers E-Profit newsletter, you will learn how to create your blog, how to attract and keep readers, and how to turn readers into customers. You will also get practical ideas for using your blog and integrating it with your other social networks. But my favorite thing to tell you about is how make the whole process a whole lot easier and less-time consuming than you expect it to be from the stories you’ve heard about blogging!

Enroll Now!  Note that the entire Webinar is also available for you to download and study at your leisure.

This Webinar is produced by Melissa Kellogg, editor of Retailers eProfits, my favorite newsletter for retailers. Join us for this practical, Webinar designed with you--the independent retailer-in mind. You will have immediate and actionable take-aways from this Webinar that, ones that you can implement immediately to increase exposure and sales.
This Webinar will teach you:

1. Five essential and easy steps for building a blog
2. Time management tips for blogging

3. Surefire blog topics to increase your exposure, better market your business, and to help you earn more profits
4. Proven techniques for turning blog readers into blog buyers

5. Insider secrets for increasing readership and building sales

With your registration you’ll get a FREE bonus gift, my book Your Blog, Your Business: The Frugal Retailer's Guide to Getting Customer Loyalty and Sales, Both In-Store and Online.

We are heading into the most lucrative time of the year, the Christmas season. This is the perfect time for you and your store to begin making the most of your blog as a marketing tool. It’s not too late to use your blog to drive more sales and profits this season! Sign up today!
Reserve Your Spot Now
About This Webinar

Date: Saturday November 20 at 9 AM, Pacific Time. Or sign to get your downloadable copy to study at your leisure.
We also offer you a risk-free no-hassle money back guarantee. Gift Shop magazine and Retailers e-Profits newsletter stand behind our Web conferences with a 100% no-hassle money back guarantee of complete satisfaction. You must agree that this program was worthwhile for you, or we'll refund your registration fee in full. Guaranteed!

If you’re wondering if this Web Conference is for you, this is what others have said about me and about the Gift Shop webinsars.:

"In 35 years in the industry, there are only a handful of retailers I have observed reach the success level of Carolyn Howard-Johnson. There is only one thing you need to learn from her to succeed... everything she says!"
"Thank you for showing me a fantastic plan for how to use social media to increase my store sales."

"I loved how interactive and educational the session was. The Q & A at the end was great."

Sponsored by:

GIFT SHOP Magazine ( ), Specialty Retail Report ( ), and Retailer eProfit ( ).
Carolyn Howard-Johnson's FRUGAL book for retailers is A Retailer’s Guide to Frugal In-Store Promotions: How To Increase Profits and Spit in the Eyes of Economic Downturns with Thrifty Events and Sales Techniques launched at the National Stationery Show at Javits Center. Because she is the author of the multi award-winning how-to books for writers,The Frugal Book Promoter: How To Do What Your Publisher Won't and The Frugal Editor: Put Your Best Book Forward to Avoid Humiliation and Ensure Success, retailers will also find essentials of writing for blogs, Web sites, and newsletters on this blog. She is the author of an award-winning novel, This Is the Place; and other fiction and poetry. She blogs on better writing at The Frugal, Smart and Tuned-In Editor blog. Find her tweeting for retailers at @frugalretailing . If your followers at Twitter would benefit from this blog post, please use this little green widget to let them know about it:

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