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An exclusive seminar for agencies, media companies, and any other company that serves the local business market

It’s clear in today’s market companies need to adapt to the digital environment to grow market share by creating more personalized campaigns. Although marketing automation was supposed to make this easier, 70% of marketers are not fully satisfied with their automation software. Why is this and what can you do to make the most of automation in 2016?

Join Vendasta and MarketingProfs for this free seminar to learn what’s new in automation software—from smarter technology that allows for more personalized campaigns to niche platforms that are simple to implement and scale for small businesses.

What will you learn?

  • How specialized automation can identify prospects already interested in your offering
  • How to identify and nurture leads you may have overlooked
  • How to boost your sales team’s efforts with unignorable insights about prospects
  • How marketing automation can help lower your cost of customer acquisition
Jeff Tomlin

Jeff Tomlin

Chief Marketing Officer

Jeff Tomlin is a visionary in all things marketing, SEO, business strategy and digital. As a co-founder of Vendasta, Jeff’s passion and innovative nature drives the success of the business. While conducting market research and business analysis, Jeff is always measuring and analyzing the effectiveness of the marketing efforts. He is constantly developing and iterating marketing and PR plans, seeking out the most effective paths.

In working with channel partners to help their business clients to grow revenue with digital media solutions, strengthen traditional media assets and develop digital sales strategies, Jeff is known to many of America’s top media companies. Prior to co-founding Vendasta, Jeff was the VP of strategy and business development at Point2, where he helped grow a real estate platform from the ground to power over 185,000 agents in 84 countries.