Get Found on Google Search and Maps | Grow Your Business Online Event Registration
Presented by Desoto County SCORE

What is SCORE?
SCORE is the nation’s largest network of volunteer, expert business mentors, with more than 10,000 volunteers in 300 chapters. SCORE is congressionally funded, works with the Small Business Administration and provides free mentoring to small business owners. You can find out more at https://dcms.score.org​ and ​score.org.

How much will this cost?
It's 100% free.
1)SCORE mentoring is free 2) There is no cost to register 3) There aren't any hidden fees or costs.

When:
January 19, 2018
12:00-2:00 PM

Where:
Brown Missionary Baptist Church
980 Stateline Rd East
Southaven MS 38671

Contact:
Doreen Graves
doreen.graves@scorevolunteer.org

Course Information:
In this digital world, it is important that customers can find you quickly and easily. In this workshop, you will get hands-on help creating and updating your business information on Google so that customers can find you at the click of a button. You will also learn how customers search and find your business online. By the end of the workshop, you will have the insights and knowledge needed to boost your online presence using methods like search engine optimization (SEO) and online advertising.
Led by Pamela Starr:
Pamela is a speaker for Google’s Get Your Business Online program. She is a long-time Small Business Authority, devoting her career to helping larger organizations and small businesses connect. An accomplished leader, trainer and keynote speaker, Pamela has trained, coached and motivated more than 80,000 professionals in more than 500 training sessions and keynote presentations.
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