Business Jumpstart Series
from UA LifeLong Learning
Announcing the new professional development series, Business Jumpstart, which will present innovative topics in a concise, dynamic format.
The first two will be given by Ted Janusz, a national speaker, author and marketing consultant who presented "Twitter, Facebook and MySpace Demystified" at the 2009 Independent Computer Consultants Association annual conference in San Francisco.
A continental breakfast will be provided and those attending the first presentation are eligible to win a Flip digital camera to create their own YouTube video if at least 25 people register.
Classes are 7:30 to 9 a.m. in the Lower Level Meeting Room at the UA Municipal Services Center. The cost is $30 for UA residents/ $33 for non-residents. UA Chamber members receive a $5 discount.
To register with a Visa or Mastercard, call (614) 583-5333 weekdays between 9:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.

Social Media for Your Business - Friday, Feb. 19 (Class # 441548 A)
Tools like LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace and YouTube are all components of Web 2.0, offering easy access to creating Web content.
How can you leverage these sites for increased business? Discover three valuable strategies: a new form of marketing that always works; the correct use of these tools in marketing to your clients; and how to get your clients to sell for you at no cost.

Google for Business Thursday, March 11 (Class # 441548 B)
Get a valuable overview of how search engines, Web sites, ad services, and Web logs can all work together to build your business, as well as practical tips, tricks, and planning tools that help you use the Internet to its fullest.
Learn to use readily-available tools to add e-commerce features to your site and discover how Google AdWords and Analytics can track your success and make measurable improvements in efficiency and results.
We also discuss security issues and the best tools to keep your e-mail, servers, computers and files safe and virus-free.