Marketing Bingo! (a webinar)
Speaker: Dr. Bette (Elizabeth) Frick, The Text Doctor
Do you hate to market yourself inside your company or market your business? Would you rather have a root canal than pick up the phone to make cold calls? Play Marketing Bingo to learn 25 tactics that can increase your visibility as a valuable employee or a valuable resource/vendor.
Bette Frick, The Text Doctor LLC, relocated to the Denver Metro area in 2005. She found that she had to remarket herself as a start-up business here, although she had had 15 years in business in the Twin Cities. You can benefit from what she's learned about marketing.
Unsolicited testimonials for Marketing Bingo!
"I left with helpful techniques to continue to grow my business. Thanks for confirming what I know and adding to my base of marketing techniques." [Boulder Writers Alliance]
"If you have not heard Bette's Marketing Bingo program yet, it's well worth your while to do so! Due to other commitments, I was not able to hear the first part of it when she spoke this Saturday [Toastmasters Leadership Institute], but what I did hear and see was an audience that was totally taken up with her presentation, asking for more, and saying they "would" follow her advice. What I did see was Bette's caring, sharing self put on a very professional presentation. Bette, you Go Girl!!"
"Your class was one of the best classes I have ever attended at Toastmasters Leadership Institute. I came away with oodles of wonderful ideas and concepts which I have already started to use."
"I found your 'Marketing for Introverts' presentation last night to be very useful, informative, and inspiring. I gleaned a few ideas that I can use in my job search."
Dr. Elizabeth (Bette) Frick of the Text Doctor LLC teaches writing and communication to employees of corporations and governments in the Denver Metro area and the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-St. Paul. Her interactive classes and practical webinars help everyone improve communication skills.
Bette holds a PhD in English from the University of Minnesota and served as president of the Twin Cities chapter of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) from 2003-2004. She is a Fellow of STC. Dr. Frick is also board-certified as a medical editor by the Board of Editors in the Life Sciences and serves as the President of the American Medical Writers Association-Rocky Mountain Chapter (2011-2013). She recently completed requirements for the highest Toastmasters award, the Distinguished Toastmaster (DTM).