Filed under: MIRC Events
Thursday, December 15th – 12:00 noon – 1:00 PM
There are more than 800 million active users on Facebook and more than half log into Facebook every day. It’s a place to connect with existing customer or make connections to potential new customers. But there’s definitely a right way to do it – both in terms of Facebook policies and to make the most of the different types of connection. Join us for an introduction to the different types of Facebook accounts (user, group, page, event…) and instruction on how to create a page.
December 8, 2011
Last week we presented on FourSquare. We thank those who attended in in real time and for
folks who couldn’t make it we offer out PPT slides
November 16, 2011
There are more than 10 million FourSquare players checking into shops, restaurants, events and other place (some not even place based) through the smartphones and mobile devices every day. They are earning badges, becoming mayors, accessing specials and building brand loyalty with the businesses that are in on the network. Learn more about what FourSquare is and how your business can get in on it in this one-hour seminar. (Lesson One: FourSquare is free!)
Flyer for webinar: FourSquare webinar.pdf
November 7, 2011
MPR News recently reported that 60 percent of small businesses in Minnesota do not have a web site. Google is working to change that. MPR reports…
To help link those businesses to potential customers, Google is coordinating a nationwide push to connect small businesses to the Internet. Earlier this month in St. Paul, some 900 businesses attended a Google-sponsored workshop on the Web, enticed in part by the offer of free websites for one year.
Businesses in rural Minnesota are also getting help from the Minnesota Intelligent Rural Communities (MIRC) project. At MNREM, we’ve been participating with webinars on a range of related topics, but we’re also keeping an eye on projects from University of Minnesota Extension with the online marketing on-site classes for businesses.
October 1, 2011
Thanks to those who attended our webinar on QR Codes today. I hope we shed some light on a tool that easier to create than you might think – now the deployment is just left to your imagination.
Here’s a video of the webinar:
You can check out the slides:
And here is the video we mentioned on how to scan QR Codes:
September 22, 2011