Events

DIGITAL MARKETING EDUCATION SERIES  Free, 90-minute workshops for B2C and B2B marketing professionals. All sessions are at the SMG hub at 220 South Warren Street. A box lunch is included.  To reserve your spot, simply email us your name and company at: APeters@syracuse.com. Reserve soon, as seating is limited.

Digital Marketing – Going Mobile!  Nov. 18 at 11:30 a.m. People use three different screens throughout the course of the day – 98% use a smart phone and TV at the same time. People are spending more time online and much of which is spent on smartphones and tablets. Learn what you can do to capitalize on the mobile revolution. Presented by Jeff Illes, Senior Training Manager, Advance Digital, for online business directories, Mobile Marketing, Video, Reputation Monitoring, Content Marketing and other topics. He frequently travels the country training on Mobile marketing, meeting with businesses and working with media consultants to help them grow their customer’s businesses.

SO YOU GOT A NEW TABLET WORKSHOP Each month we offer two 2-hour sessions that focus on how to use your iPad, Android or Kindle Fire tablet.

The free workshops are held at Syracuse Media Group’s offices at 220 South Warren St. (corner of Warren and Fayette) in downtown Syracuse.

Syracuse Media Group staffers will show you how to register for and navigate the ePost-Standard; shoot and share photos and videos; discover and download useful apps; and connect with family and friends on Facebook.

Upcoming sessions are:  Fri., Nov. 7 at 10 a.m.; Wed., Nov. 19 at 2 p.m.; Fri., Dec. 5 at 10 a.m.

Space is limited. For more information or to make a reservation, please call 315-703-1705 or click here.

AmeriCU Wine & Chocolate Festival

Syracuse Media Group is pleased to support this annual event, coming to the New York State Fairgrounds, Saturday, Nov. 29. For more information, go to www.cnywineandchocolate.com.

Frozen Dome Classic

For more information about Central New York’s quest to be a part of hockey history on Nov. 22, 2014 — go to syracusecrunch.com.