Emergency Teleconference on Social Media
With Nick Usborne

Companies large and small are shifting their marketing dollars to social media, but the largest group using social networks is not big brands or companies. The biggest group by far is local businesses.

Today's geo-located, email checking, text messaging, status updating, smart phone toting “social consumers” are going local in a big way.

They want to find out what’s happening in their city or town, right now, close to where they are standing with their phone.

This spells a huge opportunity for you as a writer or social media expert.

And on March 8th during a free teleconference with noted online copywriter and social media expert, Nick Usborne, you’ll learn everything you need to know about social media at the local level and how you can get started generating multiple revenue streams by offering social media services to local businesses.

Whether you’ve decided to become a social media expert, or you’re still looking for an opportunity that’s right for you, this is one call you won’t want to miss.

Register now or learn more …

Plus, when you sign up for Nick’s free teleconference today, you’ll also receive the special report … “Make Money Using Social Media” absolutely free!

Grab your seat today!

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