Email Marketing Workshop – 6th December

‘Tis (nearly) the season to be jolly and we thought it would be nice to start the celebrations early with an Email Marketing Workshop. It’s even completely free to attend. Ho Ho Ho!

Creating original marketing content for your website, blog, social media channels and emails is both essential and time-consuming. It’s therefore important to ensure that you’re maximising the return on the investment made in developing your marketing channels.

This workshop would benefit anyone who is currently looking at their marketing strategy, considering how best to optimise their campaigns, leverage their content and ultimately convert an engaged audience into customers.

During the session we’ll cover the following;

  • Look at methods of maximising your online marketing ROI
  • Profile companies that are doing it well and understand why their campaigns are successful
  • Look at ideas for integrating some of their practices into your own campaigns.

By the end of the workshop you’ll have a detailed understanding of how to get the most out of your marketing efforts, ensuring that your website, blog, social media channels and email are all aligned and providing your business with the leads you need. It’s an interactive session so there will be ample opportunity to talk through any particular issues you’d like to address.

The seminar will be held at our offices in 3 The Courtyard
, 48 New North Road, 
Exeter,
 EX4 4EP. The session will run from 2:30pm until 4:00pm on Thursday 6th December.

To book your place please do drop me (Olly) a line on olly@optixmail.co.uk or give me a call on 07850 312995. Places are limited to 4 per workshop to facilitate focused debate and ensure they are as beneficial to each attendee as possible.

Thanks for reading.

Olly

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