>>> This presentation has been rescheduled from its earlier planned March 3rd date. <<<Presenter: Mike Brooks Date: Monday, March 16, 7:30 pm Location: Danbury Hospital Auditorium
Mike Brooks has been running his own online business for over 10 years. He has taught people all over the world how to market themselves and make money online. Here is a great opportunity to learn from an expert on how to start a sideline business in your spare time. In this presentation you will learn about the different kinds of online business you can start and how to get started today. It may be for a safety net, a source of extra income, or a full time business. If you’ve been thinking about starting your own online business, this workshop is a must for you.
Mike will explain what running a business is really like and share his own war stories. He will discuss:
How to start without spending a ton of money.
What you need for a marketing/business plan.
Different online models and the reality behind what it takes to make them work.
How to identify the right fit for you.
How to determine the “Hungry” market, understand who you are selling to, and what the “sales funnel” might look like.
The reality of what you may need to do in the future as your business ramps up.
Mike Brooks is President, CEO, and Chief Nuclear Chowder Head at Nuclear Chowder Marketing. For the past five years he has been personally responsible for hundreds of thousands of dollars of revenue flowing into a select group of businesses through their Internet Marketing strategies. For the five years prior to that, Mike was responsible for the same thing at the martial arts school Read more...
Future General Meetings
April 7th - Tom Zarecki – Using Social Media
May 5th - John Patrick - Future of Healthcare and the Internet
Meeting review by Richard Teasdale
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