Los Angeles, California (PressExposure) August 30, 2011 -- While online marketing is growing, there are still many business owners who ask themselves: "What is social media exactly and do I need it?" To answer this question, the leading provider of turn-key social media and video solutions My Local Buzz TV is presenting free seminars in Greater Los Angeles area. The new series of Social Media Boot Camp events, will take place at the Hilton Gardner Inn (September 6th), Courtyard Marriott Pasadena (September 7th) and Courtyard Marriott Long Beach (September 8th), with sessions at 10AM and 2PM.
The conferences are focused on social media marketing for local businesses. The My Local Buzz TV team explains why social media provides valuable tactics in order to identify more leads and increase profit. In addition, the audience will understand how to integrate social media tools such as QR codes, Facebook and Twitter for businesses, how utilize video for effective SEO (Search Engine Optimization), video content best practices and online coupons. The registration for the seminars is still open and businesses can email firstname.lastname@example.org for a registration link.
Since August of 2010 My Local Buzz TV has helped hundreds of businesses develop and execute social media and video strategies to improve sales and enhance brand awareness. According to Jared Doud, My Local Buzz TV's Chief Marketing Officer, "Many businesses don't yet understand the difference between using a marketing platform such as Facebook and having a true social media strategy. We hope to educate businesses to take full advantage of all aspects of social media." The business owners who attend the free seminars will also have access to important statistics educating them about how social media marketing helps improve sales. For example, Did you know 10 billion online searches are done via Google each month; 2 billion of those are local. The Boot Camp encourages businesses to take advantage of this new consumer behavior and embrace all aspects of social media to grow their clientele.