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AAPEX offers ‘Prospect to Customer’ webinar

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MOKENA, Ill. (Feb. 4, 2014) — The Automotive Aftermarket Products Expo (AAPEX) is offering a “Prospect to Customer: How to Use Micro-Conversions to Build Your Business,” free webinar at 11 a.m. ET on Feb. 5.

AAPEX said the webinar will provide AAPEX show attendees with a proven method for building new relationships and gaining customers to grow their businesses. The attendee webinar will reveal the two big mistakes salespeople and marketers often make in their communications with the marketplace and show how micro-conversions will build more business and be received better from a company’s target market.

The webinar is the first in the new, monthly AAPEXedu Webinar Series to help ensure attendees grow their businesses and get the most out of their participation in this year’s AAPEX event in Las Vegas this fall. Additional attendee webinars in the AAPEXedu series will cover: “Social Media for B2B” (March); “How to Use Video” (April); “Content Marketing” (May); “Branding” (June); “Direct Response Marketing” (July); “Referral Marketing” (August); “Copywriting” (September); and “How to Get the Most Out of AAPEX” (October).

To register for the “Prospect to Customer: How to Use Micro-Conversions to Build Your Business” webinar, visit its website.

AAPEX 2014 will run Nov. 4-6 at the Sands Expo Center in Las Vegas. Steve Miller, strategic marketing expert, will lead the new webinars and share his expertise with AAPEX attendees.

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Titan International and the United Steelworkers union have petitioned the U.S. International Trade Commission and U.S. Department of Commerce seeking relief from OTR tire imports from China, India and Sri Lanka. What’s your opinion?

I wholeheartedly support their action – something needs to be done.
46%
(36 votes)
I think it’s a bad idea that could inevitably tie the hands of domestic tire makers.
13%
(10 votes)
I oppose any duties against tire importers—they only raise costs for distributors and make it harder to obtain inventory.
24%
(19 votes)
I’m kind of on the fence and not sure what’s right, but need more information before deciding.
14%
(11 votes)
I don’t really care whether or not relief is granted.
3%
(2 votes)
Total votes: 78