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Fall 2016 Social Media & SEO Classes

In September and October, we’ll be offering our two most popular classes – Facebook Ads Strategy and SEO Bootcamp – both with optional practice workshops to help you implement the skill you’ve learned. Both classes often sell out quickly, so be sure to register as soon as possible!

Details below!

Facebook Ads Strategy Class + Practice Workshop Class: September 22, 8:30-11:30 am Practice Workshop: September 29, 8:30-11:30 am

Join us for a Facebook Ads Class AND Workshop to learn Facebook ad strategies and how to utilize Facebook ad tools to drive successes toward your business goals. Workshop will help you implement what you’ve learned and to develop your strategy. Details & Registration.

Space is LIMITED. Register in advance. Class Only: $40.00 Class + Workshop Combo: $55.00 (Save $10) Workshop Only: $25.00


SEO Class + Practice Workshop Class: October 18, 8:30-12:00 pm Practice Workshop: October 20, 8:30-12:00 pm

In this 2-Day SEO Class + Workshop, you have an opportunity to LEARN Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and to DO the work with an expert on hand to guide you along the way.  Details & Registration.

Space is LIMITED. Register in advance. Class Only: $75.00 Class + Workshop Combo: $95.00 (Save $25) Workshop Only: $45.00

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Signs your company needs marketing training

Marketing has evolved and so should your company’s digital marketing efforts. In days gone by, a brand would push out a message to a large untargeted audience, and hope that by casting a wide net, they’d find success. Today, marketing is a 2-way process with valuable information being delivered in a targeted way. Additionally, the consumer now has the power in marketing relationships – being able to provide feedback in a multitude of ways – from social media comments, to Google or Yelp reviews and beyond – all of which are potentially very public.

It simply is not enough to just drive customers to your website or to have someone “like” your company on Facebook. You need to learn how to best utilize digital or internet marketing strategies to enhance your business and grow your customer base. Social media platforms can be used to develop a deeper relationship with your customers – to retain existing customers, and to attract new ones.

You can’t afford the “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude. Your company may be blogging and may even be engaging on social media, but your customer base is not growing, then chances are, your team needs help to take it to the next level. One way that you can do this is through digital marketing training by industry experts.

We have taken note of common scenarios we see day to day. If you see your brand in any of the signs below, your company is in need of social and digital marketing training.

Your digital marketing strategy is turning off millennials

Is your digital marketing efforts turning off millennials? With a buying power into the trillions, millennials set buying trends in everything from technology to food. The millennial generation is less trustful of traditional marketing. They would much rather discover your brand on their own then feel marketed to. For this reason, millennials often look to engage with a company or brand through social media. Learning to foster relationships with millennials on social media will be well worth it.

Your website isn’t generating sales leads

Are customers visiting your website? Maybe they are, but if those visits are not translating to sales then you are missing a huge marketing opportunity. The goal of your website should be to not only engage customers, but to generate sales leads. Digital marketing training will definitely enhance your company’s ability to do this.

Your company does not utilize digital marketing analytics

If you understand what we mean by “analytics” then your company could definitely benefit from digital marketing training. Understanding impressions, bounce rates and call-to-actions and knowing how to use these analytics to enhance performance on your website and on social media is a major contributing factor to your digital marketing success.

You are turning off your customers with too many emails

Fortunately, someone has either bought one of your products, signed up for one of your services or requested that you send them more information. They have now placed themselves on your subscriber list. But unfortunately for them, they are now being inundated with emails. Learning how to implement a better email marketing strategy is important. Sending too many emails can deteriorate your relationship with your customers to the point where they start ignoring your emails. If this describes your current email marketing strategy, then it could use an overhaul.

Let Blank Page help you with all of your corporate marketing training needs. Our “Marketing Strategies for Small Businesses” course can teach you how to create and implement effective digital marketing strategies. Sign up for our online class or request a quote for a corporate training session.

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“Big Ideas on Small Business” event

st louis big ideas on small businessLearn social media marketing basics from Blank Page Consulting’s Danni Eickenhorst

Do you own a small business? Are you an aspiring entrepreneur? Join our very own Danni Eickenhorst Thursday November 12 at 8 am to learn how to navigate social media as a small business owner. This presentation will be part of a FREE series of weekly seminars on how to own, start, and operate a small business, held by St. Vincent Greenway, Inc.

At the November 12 Big Ideas on Small Business workshop event, Danni will discuss the basics of digital marketing and how to choose where to spend your time. She will give a hands-on demonstration of Facebook pages and will allow time for Q&A from attendees.

To RSVP contact Anna Muckermann at (314) 436-7009 x128 OR send an email to OR send a message to their Facebook page: