Next WB Seminar: April 18 & 19

Mark your calendar!

The next WonderBranding: Marketing to Women Seminar will be held April 18 & 19 at Wizard Academy in Austin, TX.

You’ve probably read a lot about why you should be marketing to women.  But how do you do it successfully?  WonderBranding gets down and dirty, with a number of secrets you need to know in order to create a successful marketing to women strategy. 

You’ll learn:

  • how the female brain is "hard-wired" for branding
  • why
    women have different needs for the same product – and how to speak to
    each of them in a way that compels them to do business with you
  • the power of good copywriting – words that sell
  • gathering the right kind of information to understand your customer better – the tools you can use to really get to know her
  • what the "inside" of your business says to female customers
  • the next wave in marketing to women – what new technologies mean for the future of marketing and advertising

Tuition for the two-day course is $1250; Wizard Academy alumni always enjoy a 50% discount. 

The WonderBranding sessions are always lively, highly interactive and lots of fun (topped off with great wine and fantastic food!). 

Come see what Wizard Academy is all about, and learn how to really market to women.

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