Want to take your business online but don’t know where to start?  The Digital Strategy – Getting Started workshop will provide practical tips and training to help you set goals and implement online activities relevant to your individual business.

In our digital world, your customers and clients are searching, reviewing and buying products and services online at a rapidly increasing rate.

Let’s face it: your competitors are online, your consumers are online and, if your business is not using online channels to sell, promote and engage, you’re most likely missing out on potential revenue and growth!

The Digital Strategy – Getting Started workshop is a hands-on workshop offering practical tips and training to help you:

  • Define your target market
  • Set clear and measurable goals
  • Understand the digital marketing options available today
  • Create a digital strategy specific to your business that will give you the best return 

Who Should Attend?

Are you a business owner wanting to learn more about the digital marketing options available to sell, promote and engage with your target market?  Are you trying to decide which online marketing activity is relevant to your business and which will result in the best return for your business? Are you at a loss as to how to incorporate a digital strategy into your current business plan?  Great! This workshop is perfect for you.

What Will You Learn?

What is a digital strategy and where does it fit in your business plan?
Which online activities would benefit your organisation?
How your online activities can help you achieve your goals?

To register for a free training session please choose from the regions below.

Rolling Tips

  • Half of Older Mobile Users Now Own Smartphones
  • Content is KING!
  • Responsive design ensures your website's works for all visitors and their devices
  • Don’t make web users think. The web page should be obvious and self-explanatory.
  • Place your keywords early in your content and make them prominent, bold, in header tags, linked, title, and bulleted.