Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Business Builders Team Business Seminar - Create and Maximize Your Company's Internet Presence

The next Business Builders Team Business Seminar is tomorrow, March 17 and will feature Scott Anderton, Founder of Adzoo.com.

Many businesses are lost in a sea of online information. Separating from the crowd in terms of online exposure and search marketing can be an overwhelming task. With the shift in the market moving away from traditional forms of exposure, success for a business owner today means navigating and maximizing online marketing for continued visibility.

With the many different methods of trying to achieve this, simplifying the options and accessing the tools to achieve web presence can give business owners the power they need to build their internet existence and become a highly recognizable and identifiable player in our virtual world.

This seminar will be on Wednesday, March 17 in Buckhead, directly across from Lenox Mall. Sign-in and networking 7:30 - 8:00am; speaker until 9:30.

Please contact klaconi(at)grosscollins(dot)com for more information or to reserve your space!

Scott Anderton has spent his career developing and training sales teams in several direct sales companies over the last 15 years. He has used his expertise to attract and develop some of the brightest leaders in multiple industries, including telecommunications, financial services and advertising.

In 2009, Scott became the National Sales Director for AdzZoo. The company’s focus is to reconnect local businesses with local customers by offering complete online campaigns to give these businesses more exposure and customers through the Internet.

Scott Anderton has served as a role model by providing strategic oversight and motivation to sales forces, yet he also contributes to the collective good of the community by serving as a deacon of Germantown Baptist Church in Germantown, TN, providing hands on help with local inner-city ministries, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and assisting with numerous volunteer efforts at his church and other outreach programs.

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