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NCISBDC highlights free social media marketing video

LEWISTON, Idaho – Social media marketing basics is among the free video topics being highlighted for the rest of August by the North Central Idaho Small Business Development Center at Lewis-Clark State College.

The NCISBDC provides no-cost business consulting, financial and marketing analysis, startup support, strategy and plan development assistance, and data and practical information for entrepreneurs and small business owners in north central Idaho.

The marketing video is a part of the center’s Accelerating Business Success Video Webinar courses. Registration is required, but all of the videos are free.

Other videos highlighted for this month include driving sales and generating leads online.

Sales 101: How To Drive Sales Post COVID is taught by Violet Rainwater, the founder of the Rainmakers Way and inspirational business speaker. The five-part video series provides insight into sales with training and tools to help drive sales with efficiency and easy. The videos will discuss target market analysis, building a successful sales system, connection-based selling, using video to ignite sales efforts, and more.

Generating Leads Online and in the Real World is a three-video series by Eric Spellmann, president of Spellmann & Associates. He will discuss how to strengthen sales knowledge through additional written content, resources and links.

The final video is Marketing Basics Part IV. The 90-minute video focuses on social media marketing, including how social media fits into marketing and a customer’s journey, the four stages of social media marketing, and the major social media platforms. Corissa Saint Laurent, an instructor at Portland State University and a professional speaker in business marketing and development, is the speaker.

To register for these or other Accelerating Business Success Video Webinar courses, visit https://bit.ly/SBDCvideos. For more information on the NCISBDC located at LC State, visit www.lcsc.edu/sbdc or call 208-792-2465.