Digital Marketing in 2017

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Digital Marketing in 2017
Tips, tools and techniques to help your business stay ahead of the curve
Join us at this fully funded event and benefit from a morning filled with practical tips and tools to improve the success of your digital campaigns and keep you ahead of the competition.
This event will explore:
Top tips for creating a digital marketing campaign
Top tools for creating compelling content
Top techniques to harness Pinterest and Instagram
Top tips to keep your website safe online
The Growth Hub team will be on hand to provide information about any funded business support services that may be available for you.

Book your space today on any one of the following events.
Tuesday 27th September, Glastonbury
Friday 30th September, Plymouth
Thursday 6th October, Barnstaple
Friday 7th October, Ilminster

These events are delivered in partnership with Get up to Speed. Places are limited to one delegate per business.

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