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Pictures Speak Louder Than Words: Visual Content Strategies for Small Businesses

Thu, Mar 21, 2019 1:00 PM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

People retain only 10% of information they hear or read.  But include a relevant image with that same information, and they’ll remember 65% - even 3 days later.

Bryan Caplan, a national speaker for “Grow with Google” and award-winning digital marketing specialist, unveils how to engage your leads and prospects with quality visual content.

Join this webinar and learn:
  • Why visual content is so important
  • What makes an interesting, eye-catching image
  • Which online tools you can use
  • How to share your images to drive engagement

Presented by Bryan Caplan


Bryan Caplan helps businesses elevate their digital presence. A national speaker for Grow with Google, award-winning CEO of Bryan Caplan Marketing and host of the Bigger Better Biz channel on YouTube, Bryan travels the country presenting on a wide range of digital marketing topics to help small businesses grow and succeed.

Bryan has provided digital marketing strategy to well over 1,000 businesses since 2010 and is a guest lecturer at Suffolk University School of Business. He is also a contributing columnist to several publications including GoDaddy, WorldPay, BlueHost, Constant Contact, BusinessTown, and the Boston Business Journal.

This webinar has passed.  You can access the recording here: https://www.score.org/event/visual-content-strategies-for-small-businesses