Could You Be Violated Online?
Think you're safe? Could you be wrong?
Monday, February 24, 2014, BBB Middle Tennessee will host a ‘Violated Online’ seminar at the Williamson County Public Library for business owners. Author of ‘Violated Online’, Steven Wyer will educate business owners on techniques to Gain Back Control of Their Online Business Presence, Handle Online Negative and Positive Reviews, Claim Your Business Review and Business Identity Theft Protection.
This educational seminar will be held at the Williamson County Public Library at 1314 Columbia Avenue in Franklin and will be open to BBB Accredited and Non-Accredited Businesses. Light dinner will be served. Space is limited and reservations are REQUIRED.
Take action NOW and learn how to protect your business from malicious online posts that can affect your business’ reputation and identity.
Violated Online and Gain Control of Your Business Online
Monday, February 24, 2014
4:30 p.m. Light Dinner and Registration
5:00 p.m. Presentation Begins
Williamson County Public Library
1314 Columbia Avenue
Costs: Free to BBB Accredited Businesses
RSVP: Rene Gould, BBB Williamson County Branch Manager
615-250-7432 / email@example.com
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