Do Red Hot Buyers Trust You?Wed, Aug 17, 2016 | 9:30 – 11am
Do you know what your customers are saying about you and how your online visibility impacts your bottom line? Join us as Denny Basham, CEO of Subsilio Consulting explores the ways your online presence determines whether potential buyers purchase from you. Denny also discusses how local Colorado companies have been influenced both positively and negatively by their online reputations. His company’s recent successes give you real-world examples that you can immediately apply in your business.
- How to get reviews
- How to eliminate bad reviews
- How to market your reviews on social media
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Thrive Workplace – Ballpark
1415 Park Ave. West, Denver, CO 80205
Easily accessed from I-25 or I-70. One block from Coors Field. Free 2-hour parking in front of Guirys or Blake Street Tavern, as available. Ample metered parking all around. We are meeting in the basement training room, down the stairs to your right as you enter.
Denny Basham is the CEO and Chief Reputation Strategist for Subsilio Consulting. Denny believes that great companies deserve to have a positive online reputation and that most businesses are missing the boat when it comes to their online brand. Companies can transform themselves with the techniques that he teaches all while growing their top-line revenue. Denny has a Global MBA from The Thunderbird School of Global Business in Glendale, Arizona and leverages this business background to help business throughout Colorado and beyond. He is also a techie from way back after having owned one of the first Commodore 64 computers nearly 35 years ago. Denny has spent almost 21 years helping build 8 technology companies so he understands the problems that small and medium-sized businesses face. By combining his technical, business and people skills he helps his clients expand their revenue by growing their 5 star online reputations and then marketing those reputations to get more customers.
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