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The Office Small Business Academy March webcast—”Marketing Tips and Tricks to Grow Your Business”

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Get the tips, tricks and expert advice you need to jumpstart your marketing plan. Register now for the March episode of Office Small Business Academy—“Marketing Tips and Tricks to Grow Your Business,” airing March 22 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.

We’ve rounded up small business experts to share their tried and true best practices. We’ll discuss the essentials you need to know to elevate your marketing, networking and web optimization strategies—all within your budget.

  • CNBC on-air contributor, Carol Roth, joins us with easy, need-to-know marketing tips and a valuable discussion on how to take your brand to the next level.
  • USA TODAY senior small business columnist, Steve Strauss, shares his expert advice for networking and word-of-mouth advertising.
  • Microsoft search evangelist, Christi Olson, will teach you why search engine marketing and optimization are critical for acquiring new customers.

Make sure to join us on March 22 for marketing ideas and inspiration.

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