Marketing software provider Infusionsoft has announced a new multi-city tour that will offer their customers and millions of small businesses across the U.S. a chance to learn about best practices and get inside tips on areas they find challenging including online marketing, lead capture and follow-up marketing.
Fresh on the heels of the company's recent name change, the new tour will kick off on April 23rd in Orlando, Florida during National Small Business Week.
According the company, the eMarketing Revolution Tour is designed to bring together entrepreneurs to educate and share best practices in how to market and sell their products and services more effectively and easily, without having to increase staff.
"The eMarketing Revolution tour marks the start of an exciting time for Infusionsoft," said Clate Mask (News - Alert), President and CEO of Infusionsoft.
"It takes a significant step toward reaching the masses of business owners that struggle with how to put their marketing on auto-pilot and free up precious time now spent manually chasing prospects without the sales increases to show for it. We aim to show them that there is a better way and it's called eMarketing."
As the tour makes its way through a list of cities, Infusionsoft executives and employees will have the opportunity to connect with customers, partners and those in each city's entrepreneurial, small business community. During the events, attendees will learn strategies for automatically capturing and converting more leads as well as ways to get repeat sales from customers.
As an added benefit, all attendees will also receive free tools to implement into their business including an eMarketing acceleration kit, a personal marketing acceleration plan, real world case studies from Infusionsoft customers, and Infusionsoft CEO Clate Mask's new e-book "The Edge of Success: 9 Building Blocks to Double Your Sales."
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