Class Helps Business Owners Use Video to Increase Revenue
St. Louis, MO – WhereIsMyBusiness.com (WIMB) is offering a class that will show frazzled business owners how to use video for increased leads, referrals and sales.
After Google, the number two search engine isn’t Yahoo! nor Bing, but YouTube. With over 24 hours of video uploaded every minute, business owners are missing the boat if they aren’t taking advantage of video marketing.
Even though YouTube boasts vast amounts of visitors, most business owners are uneducated when it comes to directing that traffic to their website. The class on Thursday, August 23 intends to demystify the ins and outs of online video marketing.
“Many business owners are willing to make videos about their products, share how-to’s and tips, but they aren’t sure what to do with them once they’ve created them,” says St. Louis SEO expert Will Hanke. “They probably know to upload it to YouTube, but beyond that, they aren’t sure how to use it as an actual marketing tool that will grow their business. This class will show them just what to do.”
Hanke has been teaching similar classes to small business owners for over seven years. Every month he tackles a different topic related to online marketing, and the room is always packed.
“There is no question that these classes are a huge part of my monthly education,” says St. Louis trademark attorney Morris Turek. “I’ve attended them quite often and never once have I left without learning something new.”
The classes are held every month, usually on a Thursday evening, at the Staybridge Suites in Westport. Only 30 seats are available, and each class costs just $10.
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