Rifle Chamber introduces new digital marketing tool
The Rifle Area Chamber of Commerce announced the addition of its newest digital marketing tool for our Chamber members, Save Local Now (SLN).
SLN is a digital platform that will allow Chamber members to create, manage and analyze their digital marketing campaigns, according to a press release. SLN bundles together marketing tools including live business listings, content creation and publishing, email marketing, social sharing and search engine optimization.
Following the implementation of SLN Thursday, Sept. 10, locals and tourists alike can access deals, events and promotions created by Chamber members via a free-to-download SLN iPhone or Android app.
“Community organizations are looking for creative ways to market themselves and be an asset to the businesses they serve,” Keith Latore, Save Local Now’s co-founder and CEO, was quoted as saying in a media release. “That’s why we created Save Local Now exclusively for chambers of commerce and community organizations. Save Local Now benefits everyone. The Rifle Area Chamber of Commerce has a tool to help promote local businesses and organizations while encouraging people to shop local. Business members have access to a digital marketing platform they might not otherwise be able to afford. Consumers have a convenient source for finding local businesses, deals, events and promotions.”
The Save Local Now platform is available at savelocalnow.com, the App Store and Google Play. Members of the Rifle Area Chamber of Commerce are eligible to create unlimited digital marketing campaigns using the Save Local Now platform.
Businesses interested in joining the Chamber can call 625-2085 or email at email@example.com.
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