Standout Subject Lines: Get Opened, Get Read, Get Results (Registration Required)

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library - Central Library

Standout Subject Lines: Get Opened, Get Read, Get Results (Registration Required)

Monday, June 6, 2016, 2:30 p.m.

Standout Subject Lines: Get Opened, Get Read, Get Results is sponsored by Constant Contact, Inc., and will show your email subject lines are working, or no working, to capture the attention and interest.  This 2.5 hour, fast-paced seminar will take a deeper dive into the mechanics of truly effective subject lines.

Register Now

Registration is limited to 36 participants and workstations will be assigned to registered participants first. Walk-in participants are welcome and all participants can feel free to bring their tablets or laptops.

Presenter: R. Foster (see brief description of credentials below)
Computer Lab, Room 311

You’ll learn:

•    The three keys that make or break your subject line (and how short your window really is..)
•    What works – and what does NOT work – in capturing your readers’ attention
•    Length, brand, urgency and offers – make them work for your subject lines
•    Before and examples that make it crystal clear how to improve your results

Get their attention – get in the door – and get the response you desire. Whether you are trying to get read, realize revenue, increase your reach or inspire referrals, your subject lines are a key to your success!

PRESENTER:

Romona Foster is a highly endorsed social media trainer, social media manager, consultant and trained Facebook Ad Specialist teaching professionals how to leverage and brand their businesses through the use of social media. She is an engaging speaker who is passionate about all things related to social media marketing. She trains groups and individuals on how to use LinkedIn, how to market on Facebook, all about Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, the best practices of Email Marketing, and Microsoft Office. In addition, she manages social media accounts for a number of small businesses.

She is listed as one of the “best in tech” at DC Web Women’s Code(Her) Conference. She was a guest content strategy speaker for the Code(Her) Conference, has spoken to hundreds of small business owners and nonprofits – and, conducted workshops for several organizations.  Romona has also served as a small business coach at Eleanor Holmes Norton’s Small Business Fair, and a guest panelist for the Maryland Hispanic Business Conference. She has twice been featured on Morgan State University’s WEAA 88.9 FM’s Briefcase Workshop Radio program and has recorded five radio promos on Clear Channel Media + Entertainment's WASH-FM (97.1) for Constant Contact. She is also a featured contributor with Business2Community.com, is DC Social Media Examiner with Examiner.com, and is a Constant Contact Community blogger.

Romona is a Constant Contact Authorized Local Expert, certified Social Media Marketing Presenter, Email Marketing Trainer, and an accredited Constant Contact Solution Provider. She is also a two-time recipient of the Constant Contact ALL STAR Award (2012 & 2013).
 

Add to Calendar 06-06-2016 14:30:00 06-06-2016 15:30:00 Standout Subject Lines: Get Opened, Get Read, Get Results (Registration Required) Standout Subject Lines: Get Opened, Get Read, Get Results is sponsored by Constant Contact, Inc., and will show your email subject lines are working, or no working, to capture the attention and interest.  This 2.5 hour, fast-paced seminar will take a deeper dive into the mechanics of truly effective subject lines.Register Now Registration is limited to 36 participants and workstations will be assigned to registered participants first. Walk-in participants are welcome and all participants can feel free to bring their tablets or laptops. Presenter: R. Foster (see brief description of credentials below) Computer Lab, Room 311 You’ll learn: •    The three keys that make or break your subject line (and how short your window really is..) •    What works – and what does NOT work – in capturing your readers’ attention •    Length, brand, urgency and offers – make them work for your subject lines •    Before and examples that make it crystal clear how to improve your results Get their attention – get in the door – and get the response you desire. Whether you are trying to get read, realize revenue, increase your reach or inspire referrals, your subject lines are a key to your success! PRESENTER: Romona Foster is a highly endorsed social media trainer, social media manager, consultant and trained Facebook Ad Specialist teaching professionals how to leverage and brand their businesses through the use of social media. She is an engaging speaker who is passionate about all things related to social media marketing. She trains groups and individuals on how to use LinkedIn, how to market on Facebook, all about Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, the best practices of Email Marketing, and Microsoft Office. In addition, she manages social media accounts for a number of small businesses. She is listed as one of the “best in tech” at DC Web Women’s Code(Her) Conference. She was a guest content strategy speaker for the Code(Her) Conference, has spoken to hundreds of small business owners and nonprofits – and, conducted workshops for several organizations.  Romona has also served as a small business coach at Eleanor Holmes Norton’s Small Business Fair, and a guest panelist for the Maryland Hispanic Business Conference. She has twice been featured on Morgan State University’s WEAA 88.9 FM’s Briefcase Workshop Radio program and has recorded five radio promos on Clear Channel Media + Entertainment's WASH-FM (97.1) for Constant Contact. She is also a featured contributor with Business2Community.com, is DC Social Media Examiner with Examiner.com, and is a Constant Contact Community blogger. Romona is a Constant Contact Authorized Local Expert, certified Social Media Marketing Presenter, Email Marketing Trainer, and an accredited Constant Contact Solution Provider. She is also a two-time recipient of the Constant Contact ALL STAR Award (2012 & 2013).   false DD/MM/YYYY