SMBME 61 – Internet Marketing in 2015
New Year. New Opportunities.
Here we go… another new year. Let’s start it off right and go over some of our most powerful tools as businesses and marketers. Let’s take a good look at what websites are doing in 2015, what Twitter has to offer to businesses and how Facebook can help us get our message to the right people.
We have invited Emily Brackett from Visible Logic to share the most critical elements of a successful web site. Rich Brooks, from flyte new media, is going to talk about how businesses can be using Twitter better for their business. Our case study is Sgt. Andrew Hutchings, from the Portland Police Department. He’ll talk about how the department has been using Facebook to connect with the community.
What: SMBME 61 – Internet Marketing in 2015
When: January 30th, 2014, 7:30 – 10am
Where: Portland’s Masonic Temple, 415 Congress St. Portland, Maine
Where do I park? There is a list of options at the bottom of this page
How: We would never be able to pull these events off without the help of our sponsors: Gorham Savings Bank, Vreeland Marketing, Hall Internet Marketing, and Others! Fair Trade Coffee
Emily Brackett is president of Visible Logic a branding agency that works with local, national and international businesses to help them build compelling identities and use content-based marketing to connect with their ideal clients.
Visible Logic specializes in working with organizations that offer complex products or services—especially technology-based products, software companies, and B2B startups. Their small, full service team has proven experience in web site design and development, content development, digital marketing, sales lead generation, public relations, social media and more. By blending design with words and finding the right medium—infographic, web site, e-book, video, etc.—Visible Logic excels at crafting messages that make complicated or niche products and services easier to understand.
Emily Brackett, President, has a BA from Carleton College and a BFA in Graphic Design from The Massachusetts College of Art. This combination of liberal arts foundation plus graphic design education creates a skill set unique in the industry. Having the “word” skills to complement the “visual” talent allows Emily to create materials that truly work as demanded – whether to inform, entertain or persuade.
Rich Brooks is founder and president of flyte new media, a web design and marketing firm in Portland, Maine. He is a nationally recognized speaker on entrepreneurship, digital marketing and social media.
He is a founder of The Agents of Change Digital Marketing Conference, an annual conference on search, social & mobile marketing.
He runs The Marketing Agents Podcast, where he interviews marketing experts from around the world on search, social & mobile marketing.
He is also a regular contributor at SocialMediaExaminer.com, the world’s most popular social media marketing blog.
He is the “tech guru” on WCSH Channel 6’s evening news show, 207, and teaches web marketing and social media courses for entrepreneurs at the University of Southern Maine’s Center for Continuing Education.
Sgt. Andrew Hutchings
Sgt. Hutchings has been in law enforcement since 1995 and has been a a Portland Police Officer since 1998. He has been the Community Policing Sergeant for the last 3 years as well as being the departments Dive Team Supervisor.
The Portland Masonic Temple is at 415 Congress Street and there are plenty of parking options in the area.
- Elm Street Garage, 15 Elm Street (Metro station)
- Temple Street Parking Garage, 11 Temple Street (Nickelodeon)
- One City Center Parking Garage
- Top of the Old Port Parking, 119 Pearl Street
One Hour Parking enforced behind the Portland Masonic Temple on Cumberland and side streets.
We are sorry but bacon is ordered one week in advance. To transfer or refund a ticket, please contact us 7 days prior to the event and we can process that for you.