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Over the past 3 weeks I’ve learned some very effective means of getting yourself top rankings in the search engines. As someone who wrote the book on “Marketing and Promoting Your Own Seminars and Workshops”, I am constantly looking for opportunities. My own results makes me want to share those ideas with others.

The first thing I did was to select a domain name for this prospective seminar. I then reserved the domain name: Other terms were not available that may have worked better. That was the best one that I could find. If you’re looking to market and promote your own seminars, then this process should work for you. Step 1: Reserve and appropriate domain name.

Next, start blogging on the topic. This will help you to develop content and collect the names of people who are interested in the topic.

Finally, you can pick a date to do a seminar based on your recent knowledge. Do all of these things and marketing seminars will be MUCH easier for you to do.

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2 Responses to “Seminar Marketing Ideas”

  1. David Helfman on December 28th, 2010 7:57 pm

    Can you recommend someone to design and mail out direct mail post cards to physicians about our seminar. I love your sight and using all your stuff.

    Dr. Helfman

  2. Fred Gleeck on December 29th, 2010 12:51 am

    David, I cannot recommend anyone and would suggest you do NOT use that model for promoting events. I have seen VERY few work that way these days. The ONLY way it MIGHT work is if the people you are mailing are EXISTING customers. Fred

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