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Google+ For Business-GML’s July 11th Lunch and Learn Meetup

Greenville Marketing Lab business partners, Wendy Lynam and Martha Winebarger, are pleased to introduce you to Jerry Stevens.  Jerry is presenting Google+ for Business at the July 11 Lunch and Learn Meetup http://www.meetup.com/Greenville-SEO-and-Internet-Marketing-for-Local-Businesses/events/69146262/.

Google+ for Business

Since its launch last June, Google+ has been open to individuals to share stories and events with their circles, get involved in discussions, post photos, and participate in Hangouts, aka, video conference calls. In November Google+ rolled out business pages. The platform enables companies to create pages and encourages businesses to grow their following.  Many brands took notice, and started building their Google+ pages.  Have you designed one for your company?   Do you understand the potential benefits of using Google+?  Are you aware that in May Google Places was replaced by new Google+ Local pages. Jerry will share his tips, pointers and thoughts on how businesses can use and benefit from Google+ and Google+ Local at our July 11th Lunch and Learn Meetup.

Jerry Stevens – Digital Marketing Expert

Stevens, JerryJerry Stevens will present Google+ for Business

Jerry’s vast experience in the world of advertising spans from radio to digital marketing.  He is presently a Digital Marketing Agent with Hearst Media Services.  Jerry formerly held management positions in radio for Clear Channel in Savannah, GA, Entercom in Greenville, SC, Qantum Communications in Destin, FL, and Cumulus Media in Florence, SC. When deregulation hit the radio industry in the mid 90′s, Jerry worked for six different radio stations (in six years, no less), and never once changed offices! His background also included working as an Independent Advertising Consultant for TV, Radio and Newspaper Advertising.  Jerry may be one of the rare individuals who actually embraces change…he prefers when life isn’t static.  A long-time fan of the internet, Jerry is a skilled communicator, both online and offline!  Jerry is a Google Adwords Authorized Reseller, a YAHOO! Strategic Local Ambassador, and a Certified Radio Marketing Consultant.

Lunch and Learn Meetup

If you haven’t attended a Lunch and Learn Meetup presented by Greenville Marketing Lab, we encourage you to join us on Wednesday, July 11 at 11:30 am, at Ford’s Oyster House and Cajun Kitchen, 631 South Main Street, Greenville.  Read what some of our members have to say about our Meeetup group:

 Today was our (Baby Impressions) first meeting with Greenville SEO and let me tell you, it was great. I really appreciated the ‘non-salesy’ approach of the whole thing. It really was a group who were there to share and to learn. We walked away with some great suggestions on how we can implement some things into our marketing plan which will help propel us even further. Thanks to Wendy and everyone else for putting this group together….we look forward to future meetings…so much to learn! ”

— Scott on Feb 2, 2012.

Impressive!! Focused, charitable & VERY informative!! [The Jr League could take a few pointers from you gals!!] ”

 Hil Miles on Apr 11, 2012.

We love sharing ideas, information and new trends with our group!  We believe that the key to success is collaboration, so we regularly tap into professionals who are able and willing to share their knowledge with the group.  Register for the July meetup here:  http://www.meetup.com/Greenville-SEO-and-Internet-Marketing-for-Local-Businesses/events/69146262/.  We look forward to seeing you!

About Greenville Marketing Lab

Greenville Marketing Lab partners, Wendy Lynam and Martha Winebarger, are bringing online and offline together — face to face — to connect on the local level. We are passionate about helping local businesses develop successful and innovative strategies to help build their brand, improve their sales and meet their objectives. Video marketing, SEO, social media, public relations and event planning are just a few of our favorite tools…and nothing beats good old fashioned networking to connect in real life!