Google Partners Connect Webinar for Small Business

September 28th, 2015 — ( )

Griffiss Institute (GI) will partner with Brockett Creative Group (BCG), a Google Partner agency in Clinton, NY, to present Google Partners Connect: Home Services, on Thursday, November 19, 2015, from 2:30 – 4:30 pm, at Griffiss Institute, 725 Daedalian Drive, Rome, NY.

This Google Partner’s Connect live webinar is a great tool for small-to-medium sized business owners, and marketing managers in the Mohawk Valley area.

This presentation will cover two very useful topics; “The Importance of Shifting to Digital,” which will help to diversify traditional marketing budgets to include more profitable digital channels, followed by “Consumer Search Trends in the Home Service Space,” which will be geared toward businesses that provide any kind of home service.

The Google instructors for this program, via live web stream, will be, Ben Tyson, Head of Sales Enablement for SEM (Search Engine Marketing), and Tyler Johansson, a Strategic Partner Manager in the Channel Sales division. BCG Marketing Specialist, Scott Mathias, will moderate the event.

Brockett Creative Group president, Matt Brockett said, “Whether your business is construction, plumbing, HVAC, landscaping/snow removal, or any of the other services that people need for their homes, you need to get found online. Chances are, your business is small and doesn’t have staff for internet marketing, which makes this presentation ideal for you.”

“Griffiss Institute is excited to partner with Brockett Creative Group on this event, and to share these valuable creative approaches with other small businesses and organizations. As a small not-for-profit with a limited budget, we have been able to enhance our own marketing efforts. Working with Brockett has given us the ability to utilize the full potential of Google’s services,” says Regan Johnson, Director of Operations at Griffiss Institute.

This Google Partners Connect webinar is free to attend, but space is limited and pre-registration is required.