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FREE Digital Marketing Master Classes for Berwick Businesses

Social media and digital marketing have transformed the way business is carried out. Knowing how to capitalise on this is crucial as more and more customers are using digital technologies to find the businesses they require.

This month and next the iNorthumberland programme is hosting two free full day events to demonstrate how Berwick and rural based businesses can benefit from using digital technologies to enhance their business. It will also provide attendees with the opportunity to network with other local businesses.

These events are being held on Wednesday 18th November and Wednesday 2nd December (9:30am-16:00pm) at Greaves West & Ayre, 13 Sandgate, Berwick-upon-Tweed, TD15 1EW and lunch is provided.

November’s event will include advice on digital marketing strategies, looks at how to be different and have a competitive edge, master the importance of content marketing and make social media really work.

Whilst the December session will help businesses to master a CRM system, write and publish electronic newsletters that really work, make a profit from online PR and master today’s fast growing video marketing methods.

Eligible businesses will qualify for a free upgrade to superfast broadband following attendance at both workshops up to £400.

Vanda Martin, Marketing Assistant at Greaves West & Ayre said: “iNorthumberland Business Support provide great workshops packed full of information and practical tips that will help any business, no matter what their size or budget is, to take their digital marketing to the next level.”

iNorthumberland business support includes help with Social Media, Search Engine Optimisation, Digital Marketing, Generating Sales from your Website, Cyber Security and Cloud Technology. The package is bespoke and fully funded to inspire and transform businesses.

To register for your FREE places or for more information, contact Sylvia Pringle on: 01670 528433 or email: Sylvia.Pringle@archdigital.co.uk or visit www.inorthumberlandbusiness.co.uk

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