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Once your website is up and running, you’ll want visitors to make it work! This interactive workshop will teach you how to do attract visitors to your website, alongside the importance of other digital marketing aspects to help you do this.

Who should attend?This workshop is designed for anyone who has a small business, or works for a small business who would like to increase their website traffic.

How will you benefit?During this workshop you’ll learn about how to drive traffic to website organically but also how to use marketing tactics and strategies to drive further traffic such as content marketing, blogs, email marketing and much more. By attending you’ll also be able to take away a comprehensive step-by-step plan with resources to help you make the most of your business’s online presence.

Workshop content:

  • How to drive traffic to your website organically
  • Landing pages
  • The importance of blogging
  • Changing content regularly
  • Email marketing
  • What to do with the traffic your receive
  • The most useful tools to help speed up your online growth

Spaces are limited to maximise the benefit for attendees, so book now to secure your place!

For more information, contact our team on 01275 376 233. Whilst it’s not a pre-requisite, attending our Marketing Your Business workshop before booking on to this workshop would be beneficial.

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Location:
Park House
Swindon , Swindon
SN1 5ED
Tickets: £54.00

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