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Date: 25/10/2017

Newsquest invite you to a complimentary expert advice on how to use the internet and social media to grow your business will be available from the Worcester News at two free seminars soon - so reserve your spot now.

Online marketing advice will be available on getting a website, getting that website right, choosing your channels and  advertising through social media.
Everyone attending will get a free online health check around their company.  Digital marketing expert Rachael Dunn, who is co-ordinating the workshops, said: "After 17 years in media I’ve seen a lot of changes and challenges for SMEs when it comes to marketing their businesses.
"The most common issue at present relates to online marketing. ‘Where do I start?’, ‘There are too many options!’
"But often, these businesses forget about the key fundamentals you have to have in place before you even look into online marketing.
"Forget about PPC and Social for the time being, 81% of consumers will actively research a business online before buying a product/service and if your website hasn’t got the basics right, you could be losing out.“
"I live by the 3 click rule, if I can’t find what I’m looking for in 3 clicks, I’m off!
"So what do you need to consider?
Our free seminars cover best practice when setting your online marketing plan. 
Topics will include:
·         How the marketing landscape has changed
·         Setting Realistic Marketing Objectives
·         Multi Channel Marketing
·         Online Display – getting it right
·         Social Media – is it right for your business?
Digital specialists will be there should you want to speak on a 1-2-1 basis and every business that attends will receive a free online health check around their company.   
The seminars are at the Severn Suite in The View (Ground Floor), Worcester Cricket Club, November 6 and 7. Runs 8am – 10am both days.
Spaces are limited (max 20 per session) so to book yours go to and someone will confirm your attendance in the next 48hrs.
The Worcester News Managing Director Julia Lancett and Editor Peter John will also be there to answer any questions.
"We look forward to seeing you there."