ARCHIVE: This event has now finished The Skill Exchange - Digital Marketing Workshops

23May 6.45PM FREE

Workshop

  • Thu 23 May at 6.45PM
No.64  

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64 George St
Ryde
PO33 2AJ

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Local digital marketers, creatives and business owners return to The Skill Exchange on Thursday 23 May at No64 in Ryde.

Two digital specialists will present topical workshops on the latest trends with opportunities to ask questions and network.

The Skill Exchange continues to inspire local business owners, freelancers and marketers every quarter with free talks on different topics.

As these talks continue, introducing new ways to learn is essential. From Thursday 23 May, we'll be introducing 'whistle-stop workshops' - an opportunity for you to learn something new, in a practical way.

These workshops will be delivered by local specialists on one topic in 20 minutes. From Google My Business to writing a Facebook post, you'll learn something new in record time.

Understanding your audience

Jack Whitewood Founder at Ventnor Fringe

As Ventnor Fringe celebrates its 10th anniversary, Jack Whitewood reveals how using census data has helped create marketing which is far more targeted across all channels.

Know the techniques Jack uses to segment his audience and how you can apply the same principles to your business.

A whistle-stop workshop - Google My Business

Callum Murphy Project Manager at Desk Digital

Get to grips with Google My Business and the benefits it can bring to your business. Go from position zero to hero with this hands-on workshop.

Learn how to setup a profile, where to start and how to maximise your position on Google for free. Bring a laptop or mobile device if you have one on this whistle-stop workshop.

Please register for free at www.desk-digital.co.uk/the-skill-exchange. We look forward to welcoming you then.

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