What are they saying about you? - Tried and true strategies for managing your business's online reputation
Ever get that negative comment on a social post and you're not sure the best way to handle it? Whether it's negative reviews, perceived authenticity, or comments on your feed, how you respond has a big impact on your business. 80% of people say they trust online reviews as much as advice from their friend. Join us for our August Power Hour as Sarah Arnold from Socially Seasoned shares tips and strategies for creating a positive, authentic online reputation to fuel your business growth.
About The Speaker:
Sarah V. Arnold, MA
A 2019 Greater Fort Wayne Business Weekly Forty Under 40 award winner and Fortitude Fund Grant recipient, Sarah Arnold owns and operates SociallySeasoned, a digital marketing agency serving small-medium sized service-based businesses. SociallySeasoned consists of a team of four marketing professionals from creative managers to a videographer and was nominated for the 2021 and 2022 Greater Fort Wayne, Inc. Small Business of the Year Award and the 2021 BBB Torch Award.
Born and raised in Fort Wayne, Sarah now lives in New Haven with her two smart and spunky daughters. She received her BA in Spanish – Intercultural Language Studies from IPFW and Lacunza (Spain) and MA in Communication & Leadership Studies as well as a Servant Leadership Certificate from Gonzaga University and has spent her career in the marketing industry and as an Adjunct Faculty teaching Communication courses at local universities. Sarah believes that lifelong learning is key to leadership, thus she has also participated in United Way’s Project Blueprint, YLNI Leadership Institute, Advancing Voices of Women (AVOW) Campaign Institute, and Sandler Sales Mastery program.
Sarah spends much of her free time volunteering including currently serving as a Board Member and
Mission & Outreach Committee Chair of the Northeast Chapter- American Red Cross and as a Board
Member and Marketing Committee Chair at Fort Wayne Children’s Choir. She was also a 2021 Greater
Fort Wayne, Inc. Champions of Change nominee.