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Social media webinar set for Tuesday

BoatTrader.com and Boating Industry magazine's "Social Media/Reputation Management" webinar is set for 1 p.m. CST Tuesday.

"The way boat buyers gather information is changing, which has a significant impact on the sales funnel," said Kim Rocco, Boat Trader.com brand manager, said in a statement. "Research, learning and comparison-shopping are all done online, so having a good online reputation is vital today. This seminar will provide guidance on how to achieve that."

Registration is required and each registered attendee will receive an eWhite paper providing further insight into the presentation topics.

Owned by Dominion Enterprises, Boat Trader is part of the Dominion Marine family of classified advertising sites and web services solutions. Soundings Trade Only is a division of Dominion Enterprises.

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