Create Your Own Online Newsletter

Staying “Top of Mind” Keeps You On Top of the Competition

In this course you will learn:

  • What an online newsletter can do for you.
  • How to collect and create a database of prospective clients.
  • Create an easy online newsletter using a template program. (CONSTANT CONTACT)
  • How to schedule and set up drafts for future sends.
  • How to add a sign up to your website.
  • And More…

INSTRUCTOR:

ANGELA BROOKS

WEBINAR / ONLINE PROGRAM

Course Fees:

$49.00 Non – CSP Members
$30.00 CSP Members

ALL participants earn 1 CE Credit towards attaining the CSP International Masters Designationupon successful completion of this webinar

   

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