newsafp offers new web marketing advertising class

AFP offers new web. marketing, advertising class

Augusta Free Press LLC is offering its next Building the Machine 101 web, marketing and advertising class in Harrisonburg on Thursday, May 24.

The 1-4:30 p.m. class will cover the basics of building business websites, business Facebook pages and blogging and public relations for business. The class will also provide an overview of how to integrate your website and social media into an effective overall marketing and advertising strategy.

The course will be taught by AFP President Chris Graham. Augusta Free Press LLC has designed more than 100 business websites for clients in Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Southern California and was a 2012 nominee for the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council’s High-Tech Company of the Year Award.

The May 24 class will be offered at the Harrisonburg-Rockingham Chamber of Commerce, 800 Country Club Road, Harrisonburg.

Details on how to register for the class online: Click here.



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