The World's First JOBS Act Marketing Webinar

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Advertising and marketing expert Craig Huey presented a free, no-obligation 60-minute webinar revealing how business owners can use the JOBS Act to raise capital for their companies from accredited investors on August 6, 2014.

The free webinar is called The World’s First JOBS Act Marketing Webinar. During it, Huey provided business owners, marketing directors and hedge funds with a step-by-step marketing plan for identifying and targeting accredited investors, and convincing them to invest.

Huey is the owner of Creative Direct Marketing Group, Inc. (CDMG), a 25-year-old full-service direct marketing advertising agency. He’s also America’s #1 authority on JOBS Act marketing.

The JOBS Act—also known as the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act—was passed by Congress in 2012 to help small-business owners raise money more easily and allow hedge funds to market. Prior to the Act’s passage, small-business owners had to contend with complicated regulations that made raising money or going public nearly impossible.

Business owners who attended the webinar discovered various uses of the Act ranging from how to how to identify accredited investors and reach them to the most common and costly JOBS Act marketing blunders.

Huey also talked about how to get better results by taking profitable advantage of integrated media, banner ad remarketing, online video and Internet landing pages

Webinar host Craig Huey is ideally suited to present The World’s First JOBS Act Marketing Webinar.

As owner of Creative Direct Marketing Group over the past 25 years, Huey has used his advertising talents to help numerous small companies become multimillion-dollar corporations. He’s also helped many large, established companies grow even larger.

Huey has generated more Accredited Investor leads and sales for companies than any other marketer alive. In the process, he has won 78 advertising and marketing awards that attest to the success of his company’s many campaigns.

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