Fort Worth Marketing Twins present Social Media Marketing Workshop in NRH

** See UPDATE below for a REVIEW of this event**

Fort Worth Marketing Coaches Present “How to Use Email Marketing, Blogging and Social Media Tools in Branding and Marketing Your Business” at the new NRH Library


PRLog (Press Release)Oct 16, 2008 – Randy and Donny Vaughn, marketing coaches at 1429 Creative operating as The Marketing Twins, will conduct a FREE marketing workshop at the North Richland Hills Public Library on Thursday, November 6th.  The Marketing Twins also co-author the Ultimate Marketing Blog,

This free marketing workshop “How to Use Email Marketing, Blogging and Social Media Tools in Branding and Marketing Your Business” is ideal for small business owners who are eager to understand how to use online technology and social networking to promote their business.  The workshop will include an overview of various marketing tools, like email marketing and blogging. As well, there will be a discussion of how to use social media like Facebook, Linkedin, and Twitter for your business.  There will be time for Q&A.

“I wouldn’t yet say it is mainstream,” notes Randy Vaughn, Marketing Coach & Creative Director, “but certainly more and more small businesses are thinking of marketing themselves online.  Traditional forms of marketing are often expensive and small business owners are concerned with managing their marketing budgets.  Online marketing can be very cost-effective and a great way to target specific markets.

Randy also serves as the only Authorized Duct Tape Marketing Coach in Fort Worth.  For more information on Duct Tape Marketing,

The program is November 6, 2008 at 7:00 p.m. at the NRH Library.

North Richland Hills Public Library
9015 Grand Avenue
North Richland Hills,  Texas 76180

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The Marketing Twins are Randy & Donny Vaughn, identical twin brothers and marketing coaches at 1429 Creative, a faith-based creative team in Fort Worth, Texas.

UPDATE:  Here’s a nice note from Helen Weissenger of the NRH Library, who not only coordinated the event with good publicity, but actually sat through our workshop!  Thanks Helen for all your help and kind words.

Helen Weissenger says,

“Your presentation was very informative and entertaining.  You did an excellent job of highlight the wide range of tools and strategies in utilizing email, blogging and social media to further the marketing objectives of small businesses.  You introduced the audience on how to utilize online tools to define content, establish contact with potential customers, and leverage communities to broaden the dissemination of marketing messages.”

Thanks again, Helen!