The Google Digital Garage returns to Kent Vision LIVE on Wednesday 11th May… with two more free workshops for online marketers: Tell Your Story Online and Get More Customers Online.
If your business would benefit from a digital MOT with the biggest name on the web, make sure you don’t miss this year’s Kent Vision LIVE, where online giant Google is running two workshops created specifically for small and medium-sized businesses.
Following rave reviews from attendees at Kent’s first Digital Garage last October, Google’s Gori Yahaya will be returning to the Kent Event Centre in May to provide two more opportunities for a free digital ‘tune-up’.
Visitors can choose from two Digital Garage workshops on 11th May:
“Digital Garage #1: Tell Your Story Online”
In this information-packed 45-minute session, Gori will introduce the key principles of online marketing and share the latest thinking on how to promote your business to best effect via the web, onscreen and mobile devices.
Focus areas include:
– The growth of the UK’s digital economy
– Tips for building a mobile-friendly website
– Customer insights and measuring your ROI
– Social media and other web-based activities
– The power of video in online marketing
“Digital Garage #2: Get New Customers Online”
In his second 45-minute workshop, Gori will dig deeper into how to improve your digital visibility: helping your site to be found through the major search engines and understanding the benefits of online advertising.
Key areas include:
– The importance of search marketing
– How does search work?
– Key tools such as Google Trends, Google My Business & Google Adwords
– Optimising for mobile
– Quality scores & click-through rates
Both workshops are completely free-of-charge for pre-registered visitors at this year’s Kent Vision LIVE on Wednesday 11th May 2016.
Click here to reserve your FREE place now.
More information at: www.kentvision-live.co.uk
DON’T MISS OUT: Exhibition stands still available!
As the UK’s largest regional business event, Kent Vision LIVE generated an estimated £22m of new business for the exhibitors that took part last year…