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Join Robert King for this webinar on how to use Google. This is a two part series but each part can be viewed as a stand alone webinar.
You will receive a full PDF document explaining the "How To" of everything Robert covers in this webinar
Google almost has everything any small business owner ever could need, with very minor exceptions. This webinar will give a step-by-step and interactive walkthrough of setting up one or multiple Gmail accounts, how to set-up and properly manage a Google Calendar, how to maintain proper contacts for efficient business management, and how to handle a few subtle differences in managing multiple email accounts within Google. This will be the first part of a two part series of webinars on effectively using Google for business.
After taking this course you will be able to:
1. Set-up a business specific Gmail account
2. Set-up and effectively manage a Google Calendar
3. Maintain proper contacts
4. Manage multiple email accounts using Gmail
About The Presenter
Robert King is a fourth year doctoral student at the University of Mississippi. He has an MBA in Marketing and an MS in Finance and Economics from West Texas A&M University.
Roberts’s research interests lie in the area of marketing strategy, but he still dabbles in anything he finds interesting. Currently Robert is working on projects involving electronic word-of-mouth, branding, technology embeddedness, and information economics with plenty of other potpourri in the early stages. Robert is the Vice Chair of Website Content for the AMA DocSIG. In his previous life Robert worked in marketing as a purchasing agent and event coordinator. His outside of marketing experiences range from a data analyst to a golf professional. Robert describes his personal life as quite boring with no real hobbies other than reading, a borderline unhealthy love of food, and trying to spend time with his wife and dogs.
CCPDT 1 CEUs
KPA 1 CEUs
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