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[February 22, 2013]

Daily News and Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Present "Digital Marketing Made Easy: Simple Solutions for Small Businesses"

New York, NY, Feb 22, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- The Daily News and The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an expert forum on February 27 to help small businesses understand and utilize mobile and on-line marketing tools to increase and enhance their sales and customer base.

The round table will help to show small business owners how they can benefit from using on-line marketing tools. With expert presentations from Google, Constant Contact, and VendAsta, the breakfast seminar will be an opportunity to gain insight and instruction on how to implement essential marketing solutions.

The goal of the forum will be to assist small business owners in utilizing online marketing tools to communicate their message, enhance their reputation, and ultimately, increase their sales. In an increasingly digital world, the Daily News and the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce believe it is vitally important for small business owners to fully understand and maximize their online marketing strategy. Both organizations hope that attendees will leave with the tools needed to take their online marketing to the next level.

Speakers will include, Daniel Cintra, Strategic Partner Manager, Channel Sales Partnerships at Google. In his role, he works with strategic partners to help local small-medium businesses (SMB) succeed with AdWords. Previously, he was working in Google's direct sales organization where he focused on helping Fortune 500 companies with their digital marketing strategies. Daniel earned a bachelor's degree in International Business Economics from Lancaster University Management School, United Kingdom.

Also featured is Brendan King, Chief Executive Officer at VendAsta. Mr. King is a successful entrepreneur, having founded and sold two businesses in his career. Before founding VendAsta, Mr. King served as COO of Point2 Realty solutions. From 2002 through 2007, Mr. King was the visionary and entrepreneurial driving force behind Point2 Agent, growing its membership to over 165,000 agents and brokers in 85 countries. In 2007, he was named one of the '100 Most Influential Real Estate Leaders' by Inman News. Mr. King also served as Point2 Technologies Director of Marketing from 2000 to 2002.

The roundtable breakfast will be held on February 27, 2013 from 8:30-10:30 a.m. at the Sheraton Brooklyn, 288 Duffield Place, Lower Level, Brooklyn, NY 11201. Guests will pay $25 for registration; Chamber Members' tickets are complimentary. Interested parties can register at http://www.ibrooklyn.com/events/eventdetail.aspx EventID=664.

About the Company: Daily News Digital Solutions hosts a comprehensive internet marketing service in New York City that works to organize, establish, and manage the web presence of a variety of clients and businesses in the NYC metropolitan area. By utilizing industry-leading techniques and fresh research, Daily News Digital Solutions' Internet marketing services benefit from a cutting edge approach that is dynamic and effective. Customers will see their web presence swell from a campaign that utilizes multiple platforms of Internet marketing including SEO, SMM, Web Design, SEM, Email Targeting and more. When customers count on the experts at Daily News Digital Solutions, they'll have the peace of mind knowing that they're being backed by the best Internet marketing company in New York City with years of experience and expertise working in all areas of search engine optimization, social media marketing and search engine marketing.

About Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce: Founded in 1918, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce was, even then, a "modern" organization that spoke to the needs of Brooklyn's business community. The early Chamber saw itself as protector and promoter of the commercial and industrial interests of the city, which would develop and keep alive an active, civic spirit, and guard and improve the living conditions and social welfare of the citizens of the community. While Brooklyn's landscape has evolved dramatically over the decades, the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce remains committed to creating new opportunities for its Members, serving as a resource for doing business, and promoting a healthy and robust business environment in Brooklyn.

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