How To Use 7 FREE On-Line Marketing Tools To Generate Your Business More Targeted Leads, More Sales and Boost Your Profits in 2012 and Beyond!

Friday, June 29, 2012
9:30am until 12:00pm
The Premier Inn, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Woodhorn, NE63 9ET, Ashington

In this workshop, Paul Wakefield (Paul Wakefield Internet Marketing) and Jacqueline Brewster (Chatterbox Social Media) will share with you the secrets of “How To Use 7 FREE On-Line Marketing Tools To Generate Your Business More Targeted Leads, More Sales and Boost Your Profits in 2012 and Beyond!”.

“The Truth is, businesses simply cannot ignore the fact that the Internet has fundamentally changed the way people find, discover, share and shop for products and services and despite the current economic downturn, there are businesses adopting and using thriving marketing strategies to deliver positive bottom line results.

Some marketing strategies work just as well, or even better, in hard economic times… what we share with you are the strategies that are absolutely thriving and will continue to get better! So regardless of the turbulent economy, we are totally confident you will get more targeted leads, more sales, bigger profits and the opportunity of earning passive income in 2012 and beyond with what you learn.”

At the end of the workshop you will know:

* How to get more leads and sales using high-traffic social media sites…

* How to use Facebook Pages to attract more loyal followers and increase business exposure…

* How to use Twitter to “Tweet” your way to more followers and more profit…

* How to use YouTube to drive FREE traffic to your site…

* How to build your network using LinkedIn…

* How to use a Blog to get FREE traffic and more targeted customers…

* How to use Google Places & Google Maps to stay ahead of your competitors…

* How to use Pinterest to get more FREE referal traffic simply by using pictures… and much much more.

Who is this workshop for?

More internet time is spent on social media than any other on-line category so if 09:30you wish to learn how to leverage the internet to identify and forge strong relationships with prospects and customers and unlock the hidden sales potential in your business, then this workshop is for you.

What you will need to bring:

You will need to bring plenty of paper and pens as we’ll be sharing lots of information. Please also feel free to bring your laptops/powerleads and your business cards to pass around.

How to book?

You can book this event via our on-line ticketing service:

Why did I start my own Phoenix Trading business?

Because I adore the flexibility it works perfectly with having two children,the social aspect is great and I’m getting to meet so many lovely people every day, but most of all the beautiful quality products, when I enquired about being a Phoenix trader I was told ” the products sell themselves” and admit initially I was sceptical but I can honestly say they do!!!
The Phoenix trading business gives woman and men the opportunity to have their own business with really low start up cost, it works perfectly for me alongside my other business funky kids party now not only can we provide themed party entertainment but the invites and birthday cards aswell!!

Please take a look at my website
If you would like a catalogue please email me at

Gentle Rejuvenation Open Day

Find out how to………………..
@ Second Opinion 13 St Michaels Ave, New Hartley NE25 0RP
Drop In 3pm to 8pm Wednesday, 27th June 2012
Bach & FLP Aloe Vera workshops @ 4pm & 6.30pm
We live in a highly stressful society – Gentle Rejuvenation works on Stress Management helping you to reduce your stress and promote good health; some of the products at the open day are an example of what we can do to help minimise some of life’s stresses.
Free Prizes and Goodie Bags
RSVP / Contact Gillian 0771 2651422

The Inspire Network

I love belonging to The Inspire Network – I’ve made so many friends as well as great business contacts. But the best thing about belonging to the network is the support we get from one another – no question is too daft or too complicated – someone always has a kind and helpful answer.

Running your own business can be isolating and so time consuming that it is hard to find the point where the business ends, and you begin – and that’s something we all need to address. It’s easy to get run down and wonder why you are working for yourself as you pull another all-nighter/rushed phone call from a car park waiting for a child/ram another quick meal into the microwave.

I’ve worked for myself for over 20 years. I know how it feels and need a regular reality check myself to remember that I work for myself to support my family life, and that comes first. Harder still is remembering to pamper yourself. If the wellspring of your creativity runs dry, your business will founder and more importantly your relationships and even health will suffer. That is why it is important to take some time *every day* to breathe deeply and savour the moment. You will find something good about even the hardest of days if you look hard enough. Even a small thing, recognised, can lift your spirits and give you room to uncoil and grow.

Go a step further now though. Build in regular time for yourself – and that means without the kids, love them though we do. Nothing is more important to me than my family, but I was myself first. So were you. It is your uniqueness that defines you – not your roles in life. Nurture that uniqueness; feed the woman within with joyous experiences and your whole life will benefit.

I love running my craft, writing and creativity courses. The best thing about the sessions for me are the comments from women who come along and say that they have loved the ‘me’ time the course gives them. It saddens me that they often say they can’t remember the last time they did something just for themselves. To an outsider, the ladies who attend classes are just making a mulberry bowl, or some bunting, or an altered book – but it’s the experience that matters as much as the product at the end. They are carving time out to just be themselves. The chance to do something creative – essentially, to ‘play’ – is too easily pushed to the bottom of the ever increasing pile of jobs to be shoe-horned into the week. Make sure that you bear that in mind as you schedule yet another meeting or stand in front of a teetering pile of ironing. Make time for play and you will return refreshed to your tasks.

Lynn has written books on all subjects from crafts and parenting to scary animals! She writes a weekly craft article and ‘mumpreneur’ column in The Journal newspaper. When she is not home educating her daughter, playing with her grandchildren and cuddling her husband, she runs writing and craft courses in High Spen For details of Creative Awakenings sessions check out the Celebrate the Seasons FB page

Open Day 2013

We are back for our extremely popular, completely free and not to be missed annual open day!

Wednesday 20th November 2013

10am – 2pm

The Quayside Exchange, 197 High Street East, Sunderland, SR1 2AX

– free advice and information

– shopping from local businesses

–  networking mezzanine.

– Free kids entertainment

– Free childcar

– yummy free light refreshments

– fantastic free workshops and presentations running