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Digital Strategy 2014

Future proof your digital strategy with these key concepts for 2014. Find out about using social media for your business, facebook aps, video and responsive design.

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The internet is an ever-evolving platform. One that shapes emerging technologies, strongly influences business and marketing strategies, and growing at an increasing rate.

This is a wonderful thing for businesses in that the opportunities to promote your company and connect with individuals is practically endless! Unfortunately sometimes these infinite options can leave some reeling in the fact that there are hundreds of applications and platforms, and more buzzwords being thrown around than ever before.

This workshop was designed to give attendees the answers they need to future-proof their digital strategy and harness the power of branding, video, social media, apps and responsive design.

We have included a copy of the presentation slides below.

Social Media Strategy 2014

October 2013 – Luke Garfield

Luke explained how to make the most of social media marketing for your business and maximise the power of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, Vine and more. Learn why it’s so important to think in terms of ‘goal oriented social media marketing’, instead of social media as a marketing miracle cure!

Facebook & Mobile Apps + Responsive Design

October 2013 – Nick Fritzkowski

Hear valuable insights into Facebook applications and the vast number of things you can do with them, mobile applications (and how to turn your existing website into an app) as well as that term we’re sure you’ve been hearing around the block, Responsive Web Design.

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