Are you Joining the Digital Party?
Digital vs. Social Selling:
What’s the Difference & Will It
Impact YOUR Future Business?
Ellen Steverson, NCRW, NCOPE, CCMC, GCDF, CEIC
Friday, August 20, 2021 | 12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m., ET
The Covid-19 pandemic changed the world, and its effects will be lasting. The crisis launched more entrepreneurs, increasing the number of single-person establishments and, at the same time, having a devastating effect on many small businesses. Survey results revealed that two thirds of consumers tried new kinds of shopping during the pandemic.
What does this all mean to you and your business? In this webinar, Ellen will cover new digital sales trends to prepare you for revenue and growth success.
To rock business goals, one must understand sales trends. Ellen will discuss digital vs. social selling—and what that means for customer journeys and sales strategies—so you can make sound decisions regarding your future sales plans!
During this webinar, you will learn:
- The difference between digital and social selling.
- Marketing and sales implications of future digital selling.
- What every business owner must be prepared to answer digitally and in-person.
This one-hour webinar is $19.99 for NRWA members and $39.99 for nonmembers and does not qualify for a CEU. It will be recorded and distributed to all participants.
About Ellen Steverson:
Since 2011, Ellen Steverson of StartingBlock Career Services has partnered with clients across the U.S. and beyond, offering career writing and coaching services. She has written resumes, LinkedIn profiles, and cover letters for executives, to U.S. Presidential Appointees, rising leaders, and college graduates. Ellen is a 5X-certified writer, coach, former executive recruiter and sales manager. She helps people with job searches, interviews, and career and business strategies. She is the creator and instructor of the NRWA Best Business Practices program—an entrepreneurial course designed to help business owners reach success goals.
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