Lexington Patch is happy to announce that Jeremy Mims of Own Local, who currently advises five startups including Perpetually.com, has agreed to participate in an educational seminar designed to teach business owners how to improve their connection to the community online.
Business owners can learn about how to take better advantage of sites such as Facebook and Twitter. There will also be mini workshops on how to use Patch and how to add your own content to the online conversation.
The seminar will be held July 9 at The Watershed inside Lexington's Old Mill. We’ll give out cool Patchy swag.
Social Media & Your Business — 8 a.m. — Did you know that one out of every eight minutes spent on the Internet is on Facebook?
- How to make the most of your business’s Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Pinterest presences.
- The difference between using social media for personal and for business use.
- Why e-mail may be your most potent social media tool.
- Optimizing your Facebook page.
Register today to secure your spot. Just add your contact information to the comments section below or e-mail email@example.com.
We’ll also be helping business owners claim their Patch Directory business page on our site, a free service that you can use to better promote your business.
And if you’re already an active Patch user, we’d still like you to come and help your fellow business owners and the Patch team learn more about what works when it comes to navigating the web.
If you want to claim your listing NOW, here are some super easy instructions for businesses in Lexington.
If you're a new business that needs a listing created, click the green "Add it" button at the bottom of the Directory search results page and fill out the form. Our directory team will get in touch with you in a couple of days when your listing is ready.
We hope you learn something, and we hope it makes Patch a better website.
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