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UPDATE: The Final corecubed Marketing Aging Care Services Webinar Moved to June 19th

Date: Wednesday, June 19, 2013 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM EDT Register Here! corecubed is wrapping up their exciting Marketing Aging Care Services webinar series Wednesday, June 19th with a fabulous lesson on how to pull all of your marketing channels together and get results! Join us for Marketing Aging[…]

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Home Care Pulse’s “Taking Action – Sales & Marketing” Webinar Is This Thursday!

Date: May 23, 2013 Time: 2:00 PM EDT Register Today!   Quality makes the difference. This Thursday, May 23rd at 2pm Eastern time, I am honored to be presenting as the guest marketing expert with Home Care Pulse Founder and CEO, Aaron Marcum, on Home Care Pulse’s marketing webinar, “Taking[…]

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Join Me For Next Week’s HCAOA Marketing Webinar

The Agency Website: Today’s Marketing Superhero When designed and developed correctly, there simply is no better marketing tool today than the agency website. It can simultaneously serve as a resource that educates and drives inquiries, a brochure, a caregiver application portal, a centralized place for housing educational events, a photo[…]

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The Role of Privately Paid Services in the Health Care Equation

The American Society of Aging Conference convenes today and the expectations are high. I’ll be posting throughout the conference, while gathering more information to include in my presentation on  Friday that will cover: 1) The ins and outs to get a better understanding of the regulatory and legislative changes affecting[…]

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2013 Texas Association for Home Care and Hospice Winter Legislative Conference

Not one but two sessions at the 2013 TAHC Winter Legislative Conference on January 24, 2013, will be on marketing home care via the Internet and social media.  If you’re attending the conference held in Austin, TX, you’ll have opportunities to learn how to stay current with your social media[…]

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