Free Social Media Seminar in Black Mountain on March 23rd

Asheville’s G Social Media will be conducting a free seminar on social media at the White Horse music venue in Black Mountain. Here is the information from the Facebook event page:

The hows and the whys of using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogging, Foursquare and Hootsuite to improve your business.

Black Mountain and Swannanoa Businesses are invited to a FREE seminar entitled Marketing Your Business Through Social Media. Gary Charles of G Social Media will give a presentation on the hows and the whys of using Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Blogging, Foursquare and Hootsuite to increase your bottom line. Participants will learn the major features of each service, apply the powerful concept of “friending,” learn how to manage personal profiles and groups and analyze the best practices of innovative business social networks.

RSVP by March 16th, 2010 to

This presentation is geared for all social media levels so don’t worry if you haven’t liked, tweeted, hooted, or yelped! You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to get your message to the right customers!

Who: G Social Media The Guru of Social Media from Asheville and founder of Ask Asheville.
Where: White Horse Black Mountain, 105C Montreat Road
When: Wednesday, March 23rd, 2010
Time: 6:00 8:00 P.M.
Bring your laptop and/or paper and pen.

For registered Blk Mtn and Swannanoa businesses… Food will be provided by your host Black Mountain and Swannanoa Chamber of Commerce Marketing Council. Cash Bar.

RSVP by March 16th, 2010 to

Free Raffle:

One (Black Mtn / Swannanoa) business will win a Social Media Package valued at $900.00. If you do not have any accounts, we will do it from scratch. If you have existing social media platforms, we will build on them. In addition, Gary will set up a Facebook and Twitter account at the seminar for another lucky winning business. Follow up training and one month maintenance will be included.

***Also, a special bonus presentation on Email Newsletter Marketing and WordPress Blogs