I don't think there are many people who know more about small business marketing than John does, and I'm certain that there's no one more generous in sharing tips and insights. What, exactly are you waiting for? Seth Godin, author of Linchpin
Orange, CA (PRWEB) June 2, 2010
On June 16th business owners, managers, and entrepreneurs have a unique opportunity to hear John Jantsch, founder of Duct Tape Marketing, offer his down-to-earth and proven advice to growing your business. This event will be in the evening from 6 pm to 8:30 pm in the beautiful Dodge Film School Folino Theater at Chapman University in Orange, CA. His topic is "Teaching Your Business to Market Itself".
The essence of John's approach to growing a business is encompassed in his definition of Marketing: Getting someone who has a need to know, like, and trust you. On the surface this is a simple and elegant definition; but, the devil is in the details. It's the details that John is widely known for sharing very freely. Every time he speaks or writes he shares valuable information others don't usually offer.
Some of what you can expect to learn at this event:
- How to differentiate your business and dominate your competition
- How to give and get more referrals
- How to build a strategic partner network
- And much, much more
If you are one the first 300 to register you will also receive a copy of John's new book - The Referral Engine: Teaching Your Business How to Market Itself. His book is currently one of the Wall Street Journal's Top Ten Business Books.
John Jantsch is a marketing and digital technology coach, award winning social media publisher and author of Duct Tape Marketing: The World's Most Practical Small Business Marketing Guide
His Duct Tape Marketing Blog was chosen as a Forbes favorite for small business and marketing and is a Harvard Business School featured marketing site.
He is a popular presenter of marketing workshops and a columnist for Entrepreneur magazine.
What Others Are Saying About Duct Tape Marketing
"Clever marketing ideas galore and lots of contrarian thinking on what works and what doesn't."
~ Forbes magazine
"For growing businesses in search of some great marketing ideas, Duct Tape Marketing is a worthwhile online pit stop."
~ Entrepreneur Magazine
"A great resource for small business owners looking for hands-on marketing ideas they can use today. John Jantsch's daily posts discuss what works -- and what doesn't -- when marketing a small business."
~ Inc Magazine
“Business blogger John Jantsch, a Kansas City marketing consultant, has built quite a following with his Duct Tape Marketing site. The blog provides small-business readers with successful marketing techniques that don't require a large budget to execute.” ~ Harvard Business School
For More Information or to Register: Teaching Your Business to Market Itself