Mar. 16: Improve Email Marketing Results with Automation and Mobile Responsiveness

When: Wednesday, March 16, 2016 from 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
: Lloyd Staffing, 445 Broadhollow Road, Suite 119, Melville, NY  11747
Fee: Member $15.00, Affiliate Member $20.00, Non-Member $25.00

A seminar that provides answers to:

  • How can email marketing help me grow my business?
  • How do I improve my current campaigns?
  • How can I continuously grow my list size?
  • Which email campaign is right for my business (B2B or B2C)?
  • How to address mobile readers vs. desktop readers?
  • How do I leverage automation to get more leads and sales?
  • What kind of results to expect what are the main KPIs?
  • How do I integrate my email marketing campaigns with my web site and CRM?

Raffle Basket: Free Audit of your email campaigns independent of vendor you use.

All members will receive a copy of the presentation.

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To pay at the door, email our event concierge Ann Middleman,


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Amir Chitayat and Ronen Yaari are partners at OpenMoves Inc ( an Email Marketing and Search Marketing technology firm on Long Island. The firm has hundreds of local and international B2B and B2C clients and has been in business since 2001.

Ronen founded OpenMoves in 2001 after spending many years at CMP helping them launch their web presence.  Ronen has 20+ years’ experience in online marketing and when not in front of his PC screen, he’s on his bike, kayak or his yoga mat.

Amir has extensive experience in online marketing as well as managing various international technology firms. Amir received his formal education at Harvard Business School and Tel Aviv University.

Special thanks to our generous venue sponsor, Lloyd Staffing.


LLoyd Staffing
445 Broadhollow Road, Suite 119
Melville, NY  11747

Meeting will be in our Training Room which is within our suite and just past the reception area.

The parking lot entrance is on Melville Park Road.  This is 2 blocks south of the LIE off of Route 110 (Broadhollow Road.)

It is a very large lot so there should not be a problem. Parking is primarily in the back of the building.

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