Digital Marketing & The Cloud

The “Digital Marketing & The Cloud Seminar” has been rescheduled to Tuesday, Feburary 25 from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. at the Jacobs Building at Brenau University. The event was planned for January 29/February 13 but was cancelled due to weather conditions. The Greater Hall Chamber, Charter Business, Full Media, and Brenau University’s College of Business & Mass Communication have joined forces for the seminar with tips on how to grow your business on the web.

The event will begin at 8:30 a.m. with a light breakfast, networking and a Tweet Tank. The program begins at 9:00 a.m. and will cover such topics as search engine optimization, leveraging The Cloud, and utilizing social media. The panel of professionals will assist businesses in determining top marketing strategies and provide tips on the latest technology resources. Great networking. Door prizes!

“Reaching customers today is more challenging than ever, said Bill Lightfoot,Ph. D., Dean of the College of Business & Mass Communication at Brenau University. “This seminar is designed to help business leaders understand the tools available to them that will help them be even more successful in 2014 and beyond.”


Seminar attendees’ “tweets” will bounce into a virtual fish tank allowing all to view and follow on Twitter. Attendees will also have the opportunity to win prizes by “tweeting” correct answers to questions during the Q&A segments of the seminar. This activity will be a fun and interactive way to demonstrate a form of social media within the group.

“We are really looking forward to partnering with Brenau, the Chamber and Charter Communications on this event,” said Kris Nordholz, CEO of Full Media. “Full Media’s focus is growing small and mid-sized business through Internet marketing, so we always enjoy talking with business owners and decision makers about different ways they can make the Internet part of their ongoing growth strategy.”

Cost is $15 for Chamber Members; $20 Non-Members and includes a light breakfast. Registration required. Amanda Lewis, 770-532-6206 x 111. Email: