CPO-Accredited Digital Marketing Workshop Begins

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March 22, 2011 by   - () Leave a Comment

The RV park and campground industry’s first-ever Digital Marketing Workshop is now CPO-accredited. Park owners, operators and personnel participating in the National Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds (ARVC) Certified Park Operator (CPO) program will earn program credit when attending the online learning sessions, according to a news release.

Attendance at each of the five one-hour, need-to-know digital marketing sessions offered at the Digital Marketing Workshop – Conquering the Facebook Frontier, Twitter Universe, Email Marketing is Dead, Using YouTube to Build Your Business and Emerging Media/Productivity Tools – will earn participants one CPO credit per topic for a total of five possible credits.

The spring session begins today (March 22) and the five-class-series runs three times on a rolling schedule, allowing participants to choose the dates that work best for their busy schedules.

“Taking part in continuing education is a hallmark for successful business owners," remarked Evanne Schmarder, owner, producer and facilitator of the Digital Marketing Workshop. "Staying ahead of the curve is the trick. Today’s consumers tell us how they want to be communicated to, what they’d like to hear about and, if we are wise in our digital marketing efforts, they’ll let us into their circle of trust. Not only does this series help attendees make their ‘digital mark’ it promotes professional growth through the Certified Park Operator program.”

The Digital Marketing Workshop is $259 for the five-class series and comes with a 100% money back satisfaction guarantee. The class schedule, module details and registration information can be found at Questions and comments can be directed to Schmarder at or (702) 460-9863.

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