Do you want to get ahead in online marketing? Then a free session at Mercury House, Gainsborough could be up your street!
Running from 5pm until 6.30pm on Tuesday 10th November, the presentation by Gainsborough company drumBEAT Marketing will cover a number of issues which will be important to any business with an online presence. drumBEAT is an international, Google-partnered SEO agency dealing with clients in both the US and Europe, with its second office in Houston, Texas.
drumBEAT’s SEO expert Matt Williamson – ranked in the top 50 of the largest paid SEO community in the world – will be giving advice.
Matt said: “The internet is changing every day and businesses need to keep up in order to remain competitive and relevant to customers. My talk will explain how people can achieve this in a tangible way.
“I’ll be giving advice that everyone can understand, whether you have a technical background in place or not and regardless of the size of your business.”
Matt’s session will also cover how mobile devices have changed recently and the ways businesses need to adapt, as well as a summary of the latest Google developments.
He will also cover the issue of website speeds and how this can affect your site’s success, while also focusing on how recent search changes have impacted on local online advertising.
Executive Member for Economic Development at Lincolnshire County Council, Cllr Colin Davie, said: “With the success of the onlincolnshire project, over 100,000 homes and businesses have access to superfast broadband in the county.
“Sessions like this make sure businesses are informed on how to best use this opportunity for growth. The potential for success here is huge now we have the required speeds, so attending free advice workshops is in everyone’s interest. We would urge those with ambitions to really make it online with their business to take part.”
Attendance is free, but booking is essential as numbers are limited. To reserve your place, email email@example.com or call 01522 523 333.
onlincolnshire is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).
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