Digital strategy

Jan 17
Centre House
56 Wood Lane, Shepherds Bush
London
W12 7SB

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10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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Whatever you do in your work, you need a plan to ensure maximum impact and effectiveness. Your digital communications are no exception. Don't just join Facebook and Twitter without a strategy! This timely workshop will help you to build the skills necessary to make sure you're using the right comms tools for your audiences. An effective but realistic digital marketing strategy will take advantage of digital opportunities that won't dent your budget, using digital media to help you communicate better with your key stakeholders and meet your organisation's objectives. Get planning your website, blogs, social networks, videos and audio content now and see the difference integrated comms make to your bottom line.

Ideal for you if: You want to plan a comprehensive digital marketing strategy that will deliver tangible results for your organisation.

Level: Develop or refresh strategy skills

Past delegate's best bit: "More understanding of what is and what isn't possible" Cats Protection

 

Back at work, you’ll:

  • Identify your audiences and the online spaces they use
  • Set achievable and manageable aims and objectives
  • Evaluate your digital activities, report and use your findings to improve

VAT will be charged at 20%You can book online now with a card or by invoice (see 'other payment options' at the bottom of the next page), or call us on 020 7871 5653

 

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