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How to market your accounting firm in one minute a week

One Minute Marketing

What is your most precious resource?

For most accountants, it’s time. With a full schedule, something has to give and marketing often gets dropped.

Sound familiar? Then come along to our webinar where Matt Wilkinson, CEO of BizInk, will show you how to market your firm online in as little as one minute per week.

This webinar ran before Christmas and touched a nerve with time poor accountants across Australia and New Zealand.

If you missed the first webinar, come along and find out how BizInk has married engaging business content with the latest smart marketing tools. Now blogging, email marketing, search engine optimisation and social media are within reach of every accounting firm that can spare a few minutes every month.

BizInk has married engaging business content with the latest smart marketing tools. Now blogging, email marketing, search engine optimisation and social media are within reach of every accounting firm that can spare a few minutes every month.

Register for the Webinar

Title – One Minute Marketing for Accountants
Date – Wednesday 11th February
Time – 1pm Sydney | 12pm Queensland | 10am WA | 3pm New Zealand
Duration – 1 hour

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What you will learn

  • What content business owners love and where to get it
  • One click marketing – how to blog, post to social media and send an email newsletter with one click
  • One minute marketing – if you can spare one minute a week, we’ll show you how to:
    • Promote your content on social media
    • Publish content about your industry partners like Xero
    • How to add a landing page to target specific verticals
    • Create great email newsletters in a hurry
  • How to build an audience
    • The right way to build an email list from your website
    • How to get people to follow you on social media

Register for the Webinar

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