CALLING all business leaders looking for an innovative way to improve their engagement with their digital customer base.
LocaliQ has a plan to help you get the most out of your digital marketing.
Led by our very own digital marketing expert Josh Holmes, LocaliQ has created a series of digital marketing seminars ready to help you transform the fortunes of your business.
The FREE digital marketing seminars will tour Cumbria and will offer jargon-free, easy to follow tips to enhance any business.
Josh Holmes, head of digital for LocaliQ Cumbria the business arm of Newsquest Cumbria, said: “Digital marketing can be confusing, there’s lots of information all over the web about what’s right, what’s wrong, and it’s a bit of a minefield at times.
“That’s why we’re running a series of FREE digital seminars for businesses in Cumbria, packed with lots of hints, tips and useful info, oh and they’ll be completely jargon free!
“The first of our digital seminars will be all about how YOU can create video content for your business, with some easy-to-follow advice on setting up that shot and hitting the record button. We’ll then look at digital marketing throughout 2023 and how you can get ahead.
“Everyone who attends will also have the opportunity for a FREE digital health check on your business, our digital team will also be on hand to talk you through the health check on the day.”
Places at the upcoming seminars are limited so booking your place is essential.
To book on the FREE Carlisle seminar at 10am Wednesday, November 9 click here.
To book on the FREE Workington seminar at Energus at 10am on Friday, November 11 click here.
To book on the FREE Kendal seminar at Carus Green at 10am on Wednesday, November 16 click here.
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