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interlinkONE to Offer Free Webinar

Monday, April 16, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

interlinkONE, a provider of web-based marketing software solutions, announced that it is hosting a free webinar on April 18th. This webinar is intended for companies that are looking to understand how they can capitalize on the growing importance of mobile in the marketing mix. The webinar, which is themed “Finding Success with QR Codes and the Mobile Web”, will be held on April 18th, 2012 at 2PM Eastern Time.

Registration is free, but limited. If you are interested in attending, please RSVP at http://ilink.me/AprilWeb.

During the webinar, interlinkONE’s Jason Pinto and two co-presenters will cover topics such as:

  • Best Practices for Implementing QR Codes: Design tips and strategies for increasing the number of QR Code scans.

  • Building an Engaging Mobile Website: Tools and best practices that companies can use to effectively build mobile websites that provide relevant information and generate leads.

  • Strategies for Selling Mobile Solutions: Promotional ideas and sales steps that service providers can follow to actually monetize QR Codes and mobile websites.

  • And more!

“There is no doubt that mobile is changing the world of marketing and communications,” said Pinto. “But while the usage of QR Codes and other mobile tags has increased greatly over the past year, some companies have been disappointed by the results. During this webinar, we’ll discuss whether it’s the technology that needs to be changed, or if best practices and integrated strategies can help us to find success with mobile.”

Register for this April 18th webinar at http://ilink.me/AprilWeb.


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