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New Marketing Platform Keeps Small Business Owners in Salt Lake City from Falling Behind on Digital, Social and Mobile Marketing Efforts

Free Workshop Offered on Driving Local Sales through Easy-to-Use, Digital Marketing

SALT LAKE CITY, Aug. 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --

WHAT: Salt Lake City small business owners understand that communicating with their local communities is vital, yet many still feel lost when it comes to digital marketing, search engine optimization and social media. According to Borrell Associates, there is a shift in small business advertising spending, with 31 percent spending growth expected in local online media for 2013. Additionally, more small businesses (79 percent) are using social media now, compared to 67 percent one year ago.

Enter Radiate360, an easy-to-use, all-in-one digital marketing solution that drives hyper-local business. Designed specifically for the small- to medium-sized business, the Radiate360 platform provides a simple solution for businesses to get online, get noticed and get customers.

Salt Lake City area business representatives are invited to attend a free seminar on the Radiate360 platform. As part of the seminar, interested business owners will receive a free consultation based on the unique needs and demands of their businesses.

Wednesday, September 11, 2013
12:00 p.m. MST

Register for free here:

Anne Donohoe / Caitlin Kasunich
212.896.1261 / 212.896.1241
[email protected] / [email protected]

ABOUT RADIATE360: Radiate360™ is an easy-to-use online platform that empowers businesses to expand their reach and connect with their customers. With Radiate360's revolutionary suite of tools, businesses can establish an online presence, engage customers through social and mobile media and promote to the local audience that matters most.

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