Marketing Training!

Want to give your marketing a boost but not sure how? We’ve launched our very own marketing courses! Learn the basics right the way through to more complicated methods that the pro’s use!

We run marketing training for companies across the globe, training marketing professionals through to people just starting in business. These courses are designed to help people to understand the marketing spectrum and actually go out and make a change in their marketing that makes an impact in their business.

From LinkedIn training, through to learning how to create effective email marketing campaigns, these courses aren’t designed to take up days, weeks or months of your precious time, but we aim to cover the topics in 2 – 3 hours with solid practical advice, tips and lessons that help get you results.

Having a website is nice, having a website that people actually visit, is better. SEO (Search Engine Optimisation) is a vital element for any business, learn what it is and how you can start making a difference!

Email Marketing is a great way of quickly and easily communicating with prospects and customers, but how to do you make it a success without being classed as a spammer?

Social media has changed from ‘nice to have’ to a vital business tool…

In order to understand and work with this relatively new medium we need to have a clear plan and strategy.

Customers have access to information at the touch of a button, so making sure that you are showing up and offering value even before they buy your product and service is vitally important. This is where content marketing has really become one of the most important elements your marketing.

In order for the business to fully adopt a customer-centred approach, a plan is needed. This course helps you to work through the opportunities for your business and develop a plan to turn them into sales and profit.

Marketing automation is one of the most powerful tools you can use to nurture prospects and help to convert them into customers but to also maintain relationships with existing customers. There are two aims for automation – to either save you time, or to make you money – when done right, it can achieve both of those things.