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NEDTalk - Episode 2: 5 Ways to Get More Customers through the door with Social Media

Mon, Feb 16, 2015

5 WAYS TO GET MORE CUSTOMERS THROUGH THE DOOR WITH SOCIAL MEDIA
AN ADHDA NEDTALK SERIES

 

Want to keep business hopping all year round? Social media can help drive footsteps through your door and give people great reasons to buy. Join Astoria Downtown Historic District Association (ADHDA) in its merchant-focused series of short NEDTalks – Novel Efforts Downtown – with 5 Ways to Get More Customers through the Door with Social Media, Tuesday, Jan. 20.

Speaker, Tara Gentile, will help you channel your everyday activity into social media updates that bring in customers both new and loyal. Gentile is a business strategist and the creator of Quiet Power Strategy™. Since 2009, she's grown a thriving business online using social media with active communities on Twitter (11.6k followers), Facebook (4.4k followers), and her blog (10.3k subscribers). Her work also has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, DailyWorth, and Design*Sponge.

Join ADHDA and Gentile for a discussion of social media practices that are generally free, quick, and easy, and are already working for downtown businesses.

Reach a broader audience and tell your story with social media Tuesday, Jan. 20, 6:00pm at Street 14 Coffee (1410 Commercial Street).

NEDTalks are free and open to the public. No RSVP required.

For more information, call ADHDA Executive Director, Alana Garner, at 503.791.7940.

To listen to NEDTalk, Episode 2, click here!

 


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