marketing

Social Media Marketing & Business Marketing/Branding Seminars

Join us in the Community Room at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May 11th and Saturday, May 25th for two different business seminars.  On Saturday, May 11th, SCORE will be sponsoring a presentation entitled, "Social Media Marketing Made Simple", presented by Celina Enamorado.  She will discuss how Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn can be  used as powerful business marketing tools.  

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Marketing to the Hispanic Community

LSC-Tomball Community Library and the Lone Star College Small Business Development Center proudly begin a third season of Business Success Seminars Friday, March 1st with Maria Tapias, Group Account Director with Lopez Negrete Communications. Tapias will light up the new season with a seminar about Marketing to the Hispanic Community.

Lopez Negrete Communications is an independent, Hispanic owned and operated full service agency specializing in Hispanic marketing. As Tapias remarks, the Hispanic community is "...a world all its own, with different textures and tastes, rhythms and hues."

This year's Business Success seminars a...

Low-Cost Marketing presented by SCORE @ your library

Need a few pointers on marketing? Please join us as Freeman Branch Library and SCORE Houston present "Low-Cost Marketing." This workshop takes place on Saturday, August 25th at 10:30 AM in Freeman's Marge Jacobson Community Room on the first floor. 

All businesses, large and small consistently list "marketing" as their number one challenge.

In this 2 hour workshop, you will learn how to:

1) Identify and develop a marketing plan including identifying your target market.
2) Understand your competition.
3) Set your strategy and budget.
4) Determine your competitive advantage.

You will also, take away valuable tips on promotional strategies, cost analysis and advertising geared specifically for small businesses.

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A Poet By Any Other Name Is Still Unknown and Broke

In 1961, Newton Minow called television “a vast wasteland.”
In 2009, it’s pretty safe to sayTV test pattern Indian Head image largest test pattern from 1960's by Wonderlane Ol' Newt's perception of scale was just a smidge off the mark. The brain fairly puckers to imagine the description he would cough up today.

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