Today I presented Using Social Media to Improve Your Marketing Results to the COSE Home Business Network Workshop at Indiana Wesleyan, just south of Cleveland, Ohio on Rockside Road in Independence. Use #COSE09 to follow on Twitter.

As promised, here is the link to the  my PowerPoint slides on

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Still think Social Media has no place in your marketing plan? If so, you may be changing your mind soon as more and more businesses are finding social media networking as powerful and cost-effective tools to reach out to find new customers who previously were beyond their reach.

Twitter: helping Rhode Island Businesses Represent their Brand -Cheryl Phillips from Providence via Cleveland’s

You’ll want to check out my additional post with lots of other Twitter, Linked In and other key social media marketing tool links too:  Social Media Marketing Tips and Tools May 2009

This was the description before the event:

“Are you in a blog fog? Confused about Twittering and tweets? Keep hearing how social media is the “next big thing” for marketing your business? Take some of the confusion out of the social media maze with the COSE Home Business Network June 25 workshop, Using Social Media to Improve Your Marketing Results. Chris Brown, owner and president of Marketing Resources & Results, Inc. will explain the various types of media, when to use them, how to use them and show you how to measure their effectiveness in your marketing campaign. Interactive questions and answers will also help to eliminate some of the confusion and help you develop a powerful program using Web 2.0 techniques.”

Use Social Media to Improve your Marketing Results

3 thoughts on “Use Social Media to Improve your Marketing Results

  • Wednesday, July 1, 2009 at 12:19 pm

    But just counting on public visitors to these site doesn’t matter. Targeted social media marketing matters

  • Monday, July 13, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    Yes, public visitors only provide so much. That’s the beauty of social media in that you can search for what you want, so many people find the information better than yellow pages or their own files. I know someone who tweeted from the MAC store to help her make her selection. It’s like a giant brain trust.

    Thanks for commenting.
    Chris Brown

  • Monday, July 13, 2009 at 3:51 pm

    Recently i did not know the social media benefits! But when i diverted to blogging i’ve seen difference of it :)

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