Marjorie Young speaking about PR and Social Media, Feb 9, 2012 at 5:30pm in St. Marys, GA

“Ten Proven Online PR Methods vs. Traditional PR”.

Marjorie Young, President of SCORE Savannah will give a workshop for SCORE on Feb. 9, 2012 at 5:30pm in St. Mary’s, GA. The topic is “Ten Proven Online PR Methods vs. Traditional PR”. The workshop will be livestreamed at this link. . The workshop is free. For more info contact June Fisher at junefischer or call 912-729-3319

In her presentation, Marjorie will discuss Ten Proven Online PR Methods vs. Traditional PR.  She will talk about how to get your articles and press releases to rank in Google, the importance of blogs, Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flicker, Wikipedia, Podcasts and Skype.  You will learn how to increase your visibility and credibility online through proven PR techniques.



Marjorie Young is President of Carriage Trade Public Relations, Inc.  She is past President of the Small Business Chamber and the Small Business Council.  She currently is the President of Savannah SCORE and sits on the Leadership Savannah board.

Marjorie is a graduate of the University of Maryland with a degree in Journalism.  Her achievements include:  Ten Top Women in Savannah, AWWIN, Inc. Entrepreneur of the Year; Savannah Area Chamber of Commerce; Buy Local Advocate of the Year; Small Business Champion, Small Business Chamber; Savannah Technical Institute’s Small Business Owner of the Year; and Georgia Woman Entrepreneur Finalist – University of Georgia.  Carriage Trade Public Relations, Inc. was founded in 1995 by Marjorie Young to help businesses increase their visibility in the community and online.  Their office is located on Telfair Square in Savannah, Georgia (



SCORE’s Mission Statement
“We are resource partner of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), dedicated to helping the small business community through no-fee mentoring and business counseling. SCORE members volunteer their time and considerable business expertise to help coach the next generation of entrepreneurs”



Savannah SCORE President, Marjorie Young

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