What Works in Rural Marketing Today: Be heard without shouting.
January 12, 2016, 2 pm Central Time
Your marketing messages are being lost in the ocean of information.
How can you get your important communication through?
How can you market, advertise or advocate when no one is listening?
Once you know how you make a difference in the world, then it’s a matter of layering the details. Join us for this interactive webinar and learn how you can put layering into practice in your very next email, social update or printed item. You’ll create valuable messages that get through and get remembered.
Becky McCray is a small town business owner; she and her husband Joe own a retail store and a cattle ranch in rural Oklahoma. She shares insights from this real-world experience at her highly-ranked website, Small Biz Survival, and in her award-winning book, Small Town Rules. Her practical perspective is often featured in a wide range of media, from The New York Times to The High Plains Journal. She makes her home base in Hopeton, Oklahoma, a community of 30 people. Her goal is to deliver practical steps you can put into action right away to shape the future of your town.
A few months ago, Becky was featured at the Big Ideas for Small Towns workshop in Washburn, North Dakota, where she shared ideas for making communities more open to new ideas and for being more successful in marketing. This session is a follow-up focusing on sharing your message with the world in easy to follow layers.
- This webinar will help people who attended the previous event in person as well as those who did not.
- You can join the webinar even if you were not at the Washburn event.
Registration is now closed.
There is no cost to attend this webinar, but registration is required.
We will only use this information to communicate with you about this webinar and to send any follow up information after the event.