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Webinar: Newsletters, Blogs, and Social Media: Building Your Marketing Puzzle
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When: Wednesday, February 24, 2016
12:00 Noon (Eastern)
Where: United States

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TITLE: Newsletters, Blogs, and Social Media: Building Your Marketing Puzzle
COST: TNNA Member: $30 / Non-Member: $60
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MAX ATTENDANCE: Limited to 25 participants

Are you using emails, blogs and social media to reach your buyers? DO they all fit together in a powerful, cohesive message...or are they scattered and random? In this workshop you'll learn how to use each of the Big 3 tools in the way it works best and how to fit your own marketing puzzle together. You will apply what you learn to your individual business with a downloadable workbook.

We'll cover:

  • Why you need an email list

  • How a blog and your newsletter fit together

  • How to re-use your best content on social media to reach more people while saving time.

Tara Swiger
Tara Swiger
is the author of Market Yourself, published in 2012 with Cooperative Press, a workbook that guides readers through a system for creating a marketing plan for your craft business. She began her entrepreneurial journey as a yarn-maker, and quit her day job in 2009 to be a full-time maker. She has been writing and teaching about handmade business for over 5 years, via (free) weekly lessons (sign up here!), her weekly podcast, Explore Your Enthusiasm, and in-person and online workshops. Her work has been featured in local press, blogs such as LifeHack and DesignSponge, knitting magazines, and books such as New York Time's bestselling, Crush It. Tara’s taught marketing and business growth to traditional artists in rural North Carolina with the non-profit Handmade in America, to yarn shop owners at TNNA, to alpaca farmers at the Camelid Conference, to makers at Craftcation, School House Craft Con, MidWest Craft Con and 4 classes with CreativeLIVE. Her superpower is translating complex  business principles into the language of artists and makers and turning stuffy business principle into doable Action Plans. Find it all at

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