Top Five Ways to Create Memorable Marketing + Develop an Authentic Brand with Lisa Even
This Top Five series will feature experts in human resources, marketing, accounting, IT and others. They will introduce five things on certain topic that will help you be successful in your small business.
Join me for an interactive session where we will talk about authentic social media marketing for your business. I know that it is hard and it?s difficult to carve out time and know where to begin. In this session, we will talk about business tag lines and how to develop memorable social media content that provides value to potential clients and clear offers to help. Participants will walk away with stories, inspiration, and five strategies to implement.
Key takeaways will include:
Creating a memorable business tagline
Identifying time savers for content creation
Developing clear offers to help potential customers
Creating buzz by elevating others
Drafting a Social Media plan
Lisa Even is cheering loud for all the leaders, teams, and entrepreneurs who want to Have Good Ripple Effect.
She delivers high-energy keynotes and workshops that challenge audiences to think beyond their backyards and believe that they happen to their workplace, and not the other way around.
Lisa is on a mission to connect with 1 million people and help people create ripples that turn into waves, big and small. Audience?s love working with Lisa, often describing her as an energetic yet insightful collaborator with an eye for impact and ROI.
Lisa's unique background in operational leadership and project management is both the foundation and springboard for her work. She attributes her success to the gritty, rewarding beginnings of waitressing in high school at R&R Café, the tiny café in Eastern Iowa, and her first group of direct reports that she had in corporate America. Those 65 people did more to fuel Lisa?s future than they will ever know! Through speaking workshops and coaching, Lisa partners with leaders and teams to relate, create, and innovate through connection, culture, and productivity.