Learn the Secret of Automating Marketing During This Free Teleclass

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Infusion Software hosts free teleclass at 3 p.m. EST on Thursday, Jan 26, 2006, to teach participants how to automate marketing.

One of the attributes successful entrepreneurs have in common is the ability to automate their marketing. Infusion Software is hosting a free teleclass at 3 PM EST on Thursday, Jan 26, 2006, to teach participants exactly how they can do just that.

“For most entrepreneurs and small business owners, the problem isn’t that they don’t know how to market their business, but that they simply don’t have the time to do it right,” said Clate Mask, sales and marketing automation expert at Infusion Software. “Being able to automate their marketing tasks will not only free up their time but will result in far more effective marketing programs.”

The free 60 minute teleclass will cover:

  • The six biggest sales and marketing pains that slow down small businesses
  • How automation “levels the marketing playing field” for small businesses
  • Case studies of small business owners who have doubled or even tripled their revenues and tips on how others can do the same.

“Especially now with the start of the new year, small business owners looking back over 2005 may begin to get discouraged and frustrated. How can I get more leads? How can I follow up better with my customers? How can I be more organized with my customer data? This teleclass will teach them how they can do all that,” said Mask, who will also be hosting the conference.

For more information or to register, please go to http://manageprocrm.com/events/jan26/prw.

Infusion Software produces Manage Pro CRM, a Web-based customer relationship management software package geared for entrepreneurs and small business owners. For more information or to take a test drive, please visit http://www.manageprocrm.com/

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Scott Martineau

408-807-0644

http://www.manageprocrm.com

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