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Learn how to market your product in the online world. Get the scoop on how to build a positive relationship with reporters and get the media coverage your business deserves. Discover the tactics to create a powerful viral campaign for your product or services...

These are just a few of the many fascinating marketing topics we cover in our series of virtual teleseminars. If you're a solo-entrepreneur or small business owner, or a marketing manager eager to brush up on the latest tips and techniques, you'll definitely want to listen in.

As hosts, The Marketing Chefs guide the discussion by interviewing leading marketing experts in their field. As attendees, you participate by emailing in advance your questions and by listening over the phone or following along online, where the presentation is shown.

Audio files available for your convenience

The sessions include a question period after each discussion, so you can have your emails or queries answered in real time. Better yet, all teleseminars are recorded as an audio file, so if you're not available, or you're called away, you can access the material and listen on your MP3 player at your convenience.

You can participate from your home or office. And because we schedule the lessons around noon, it's an easy way to enjoy a learning break with a lunch break.

Hungry to Succeed
Teleseminar 1: Top Ten Things You Need to Know About Email Creative

Jan 24th, 2008* for 3 weeks

This fast-paced one hour virtual seminar will examine ten different areas of the email creative spectrum that anyone using email marketing needs to have on their radar. Exploration will be specifically designed to help marketers that are using email in either a B-to-B or a B-to-C setting with goals of:
  • Driving readers to a desired action
  • Setting a mood, tone or expectation
  • Creating a perception
  • Reinforcing a brand or identity
*Dates are subject to change.

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