Local tips for small business: Great advice on social media from Cartersville expert Carol Morgan. Plus: How Rome City Brewing grew from an idea to a premiere North Georgia craft brewer.

Local tips for small business: Great advice on social media from Cartersville expert Carol Morgan. Plus: How Rome City Brewing grew from an idea to a premiere North Georgia craft brewer.

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Looking for a few tips on growing your small business? Please reserve a few minutes to listen to two area experts who have grown their companies from local start-ups to major success.

  • Carol Morgan of Denim Marketing of Cartersville was among the first to champion Facebook as a critical tool for her clients. She’s since written several books on social media and in our interview, offers insider tips on how to make Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and others work for your small business. Social media 101
  • More from Carol on social media: Carol Morgan goes deeper into what you need to know about social media and small business with this update from Denim Marketing on her Druck Report podcast visit. Extra tips.
  • Jay Shell on the explosive growth of Rome City Brewing Co. on Broad Street. There’s nothing better than watching a local business grow from a crazy idea to become a regional leader in crafting the art of brewing craft beers. Jay Shell joins us to share how he and business partner Dr. Trent Prault built a downtown destination with regional appeal. Click Brewing success.
  • Our Druck Report interviews are recorded at Brand Red Studiosin downtown Rome. We thank Ryan and Helen Simmons as well as executive producer Todd LaBerge for making us sound great.

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