With San Antonio, the seventh largest city in the United States, having a population of 1.4 million, it has many opportunities for continuing education in online marketing. As part of our directory of SEO (Search Engine Optimization), social media marketing, and marketing (generally) opportunities for adult learners, here are our selections for continuing education in marketing in the San Antonio, Texas, area. Please note that we can provide corporate training on these topics by custom quote (minimum of 5 participants).
- Free Directory. Use this free directory of San Antonio, TX, continuing education programs in marketing to find possible SEO, Social Media Marketing, and/or AdWords training classes. Be advised that all programs and schedules are subject to change without notice; the JM Internet Group assumes no responsibility for listings in this free directory.
- Custom Training Quote. For a custom training quote, please call us at 510-894-6791 or send an inquiry.
Leveraging Free (and Low Cost) Marketing Education Opportunities
Small business owners and marketers, entrepreneurs starting their own businesses, and even non-profits can (and should) avail themselves of free Internet marketing opportunities ranging from Google / Bing optimization to Facebook or Twitter marketing to simple tactics to use “real world” marketing to improve their performance. We at the JM Internet Group are all about learning and doing… If you know of a continuing education opportunity in the SanAntonio area, please contact us for free inclusion (non-profit organizations, only)!
- Updated: February 11th 2015
Continuing Education in (Internet) Marketing: San Antonio, Texas
- The University of Texas at San Antonio offers courses in marketing, and states the following: “The areas of expertise of our faculty include cross-cultural research, product innovation and take-off, judgment and decision making, marketing strategy, big data, evolutionary psychology, marketing models, self-concept and persuasion, retailing and advertising.” Further information can be found at this link: http://business.utsa.edu/marketing/index.aspx.
- Kaplan University’s Associate of Applied Science in Business Administration with a specialization in Business is designed to teach communications, mathematics, management, global business, and marketing. The program’s curriculum combines accounting and microcomputer skills with managerial techniques. Specialization courses focus on accounting, macroeconomics, finance, and software applications. More information can be found here: http://education-portal.com/program/Kaplan_University_AAS_in_Business_Administration_-_Business.html#tab2-page1.
- Our Lady of the Lake University offers a course in Leadership for business managers, designed to teach how to motivate and retain top-performing staff, rather than have them leave the business for another employer. More information here: http://www.ollusa.edu/s/1190/ollu.aspx?sid=1190&gid=1&pgid=6255.
- St Philip’s College offers several courses in marketing and allied ssubjects, which can be found on their website.
Training Options: San Antonio, Texas, Online and Beyond
San Antonio is roughly 1,450 miles from our location in San Jose, California. With plane fares estimated at $750 round-trip, plus workshop time of 8 hours and 1/2 hour of preparation time for each hour of instruction… assuming you have a group of at least 5 persons, an in-person, private workshop training in SEO / Social Media / and/or AdWords would run roughly $1750 plus expenses. So your options are to either use the continuing education resources listed above (be sure to check their course catalogs for course offerings, as these vary over time), to use online training, or to contact us for a private workshop. We also provide one-on-one training online.
Here are some fun facts that you probably never knew about San Antonio:
- In 1929, when he presented plans for the River Walk, the architect Robert H. Hugman wanted to call it “The Shops of Romula and Aragon”. Fortunately, that didn’t catch on.
- It doesn’t snow in San Antonio – often. Between January 11th and 13th 1985 some 13″ of snow fell on the city, causing it to be paralyzed. This was one of only a handful of snowfalls of any meaning, since 1895.
- The bell at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church was cast from a bronze cannon which is thought to have come from the Alamo. Samuel and Mary Maverick, who founded the church, discovered it buried in their yard, which was near the Alamo.
- The well-known face of the Alamo was never part of the original building. It was added by the army in 1850 when the building was used as a depot.
- Katherine Stinson, one of the Stinsons after whom the Stinson Municipal Airport is named, was only the fourth woman to hold a pilot’s license in the US, and was the first woman to perform a loop-the-loop maneuver.
- Barbed wire became much used in the US after a demonstration in Alamo Plaza in 1876 where it was used to fence in a herd of longhorns.
- The Alamodome has 66,000 seats. If you lined them up side by side they would form a line 25 miles long
Well, there you have it. Oh, and by the way, our fearless leader Jason McDonald was born in San Antonio, though in 1963 he hardly thought too much about Internet marketing, search engine optimization, and even AdWords.