Develop a greater understanding of branding and marketing on the internet. Learn basic methods that will help you manage and maintain digital engagement with your customers.
This one-night intensive beginners’ course will introduce you to some of the key platforms and techniques you can use to maintain a cohesive and targeted online brand image and communication platform. On completion, you’ll be able to create your own digital branding strategy.
We'll discuss a variety of easy and accessible social media and blogging platforms and examine how the most successful online brands have been developed.
The course will cover:
It’s increasingly important for businesses of all types to develop and maintain an online brand identity. If you’re a publisher or involved with other creative industries, this can extend from basic social media practices to more in-depth content generation and delivery strategies that will connect you with your customers and community.
NB The session will meet in a room equipped with PCs. If you require a Mac device, please bring your smartphone and/or laptop along.
For more information please contact Alastair Horne at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our course will be of interest to anyone who's involved in digital marketing and communication, whether you work in a large or small organisation, or have your own business.
This course will run from 6-8pm on Wednesday 7 November 2018.
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