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5 Beginner Tips for Hosting a Webinar

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Webinars can be an intimidating marketing tool especially if you are not 100% comfortable with the topic or speaking to a large audience. One benefit is that a great webinar has the ability to connect companies with people. These connections can lead to conversations with new prospective clients which could potentially drive sales. The more comfortable you become with webinars the more fun you can have with them!
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7 Ways to Drive Results With Your Website, Print, and Email Marketing [Lunch & Learn]

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Join Delivra, The Jackson Group and Marketpath on Tuesday, June 20th for lunch, networking, and an opportunity to review best practices to increase your client engagement utilizing your website, print and email marketing campaigns.
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Credit Union Launches Website to Promote Member Financial Health

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Financial Health Federal Credit Union (FHFCU) approached Marketpath about redesigning their website to promote who they are and what they do. As a credit union, they wanted to highlight the difference between credit unions and banks, while increasing their visibility and better communicating their unique services and value-adds to both customers and prospects.
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10 Rules to Increase Engagement with Website and Email Marketing [Webinar]

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Are you looking for ways to increase engagement with your website or email marketing? Register for our webinar on October 18.
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Why You Need a Mobile Website - 7 Surprising Statistics (Infographic)

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In April of 2015, Google announced that it would use mobile friendly sites as a ranking signal. It labeled sites as “mobile-friendly”. This pushed nearly 85% of all websites to a responsive design. View our 7 surprising statistics. Infographic included.
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5 Ways to Anger Your Visitors

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On average, you have 2-3 seconds to grab the attention of your website visitor and pull them into your website before they go looking elsewhere. Therefore you want your site to look as nice, perform quickly, and grab the viewer’s attention all within milliseconds. The worst thing you can do is anger or frustrate your website visitors.
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