The Marketing Boutique Launches its “Facebook for B2B Success” eCourse, Free.

Montreal, 6 June 2013 – The Marketing Boutique, a growing strategic consulting company, announced today the launch of its free e-course called, FACEBOOK FOR B2B SUCCESS.

The Facebook for B2B Success is delivered through a series of emails to provide you a convenient learning experience.  Designed specifically to help B2B businesses kick-start their brand presence on Facebook and full of value-packed content including brand development, lead generation, applicable technologies and best practices which can be used for any social media platform.

Theresa states, “We decided to offer this e-course free because it is geared as an educational tool.  It is a great starting point for any company that has either stalled or wants to know the level of time they should put into Facebook.

Facebook for B2B Success is a 5-day course, delivered via email each day, it has a lesson followed by a task designed to encourage the student to put into place all the necessary activities to build their audience and a strong brand presence.

To learn more about or subscribe to the Facebook for B2B Success: visit THIS PAGE!

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The Marketing Boutique
The Marketing Boutique is a growing, most experienced and customer focused one-to-one marketing company, with a strong staff network in Canada and USA.  We offer our clients with a full range of strategy and market development, consulting and interactive services to deliver profitable programs and strong customer relationship.

Theresa Perin
The Marketing Boutique

About the Author Cecilia

I am a marketing communications specialist, strategist, problem solver and founder of The Marketing Boutique. Services also include competitive analysis, public relations, content marketing to help companies reach their business goals.


  1. It can be. The one area where we would put a stronger emphasis is on promotions for a retail shop. Just by Facebook’s demographic, shops should do very well on this platform, whereas the “one-on-one” that social media requires most of time doesn’t fit with B2B.

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