Your Invitation to Cyberspace, Taking Your Business Online

Cross The Digital Divide with Debra SimpsonI love publishing. I published a small business newspaper in the early 90s’, The Business Resource. I was crushed when it became clear I couldn’t go on with it any longer. That’s when, by a fluke, I ended up at McGraw-Hill in their New Media Division.

When they closed our offices in March 2003, I wondered what I would do next. Little did I know, I’d end up on the Internet. I did know, I wanted a job/business where I could work from my laptop anywhere!

Magic In Words was born out of that desire. I want to share with you, what’s possible on the Internet for your business too.

As a programmer it’s a lot easier for me to venture into cyberspace. I’ve been there since Yahoo was a strange and foreign word! Trust me when I say, as a small business owner you need to take a look at what you can do to market your business online.

Is The Internet A Puzzle To You?

It can be confusing. What’s a url? What’s an autoresponder? How do I build a list? What’s a list?

We all have to start somewhere. On July 30th, join me at Simply Ambrosia for some great networking and a dinner seminar on taking your business online.

In this two hour dinner seminar you’ll:

  • Find out what you need to do to get started
  • Discover how to market your business through e-mail
  • Learn how to easily get visitors names for your contact database
  • Start creating your first information product and find out why you want one
  • Learn the secrets to online networking and what communities would work for you
  • And, of course, the dinner and quality networking with other attendees will be outstanding!!!!

Register Today

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About the Author ()

Debra Simpson began her career in publishing in 1990 as the publisher of The Business Resource (formerly known as Networks), a small business newspaper in San Diego County. In 1995, McGraw-Hill lured her away to the world of multimedia and Web publishing, and recognized Debra as the Author of the Year in Multimedia Development in 1996. Thus began Debra’s adventure in digital media development. She subsequently spent four years programming McGraw Hill’s vast collection of Websites. When McGraw Hill closed their Carlsbad office, Debra re-entered the entrepreneurial realm, developing and implementing Web 2.0 Internet marketing strategies for the small business community. Debra's been podcasting North San Diego Business since November 2008, interviewing small business owners in North San Diego County. She also consults, sets up and produces podcasts for other small businesses.

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  1. Debra,

    Since I missed your July 30 dinner/seminar, are you planning on having another similiar event?

    Jackie Harris

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