No Nonsense Networking featuring Google Digital Garage

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Are you slightly confused by social media or tempted by Twitter? Overwhelmed by the virtual world, yet wishing you could understand more about how to attract new customers?

If you’d like to learn new digital skills for your business, then No Nonsense Networking in partnership with UCVR* are bringing Google experts to the Calder Valley. So join us in Brighouse on Tuesday 13 November 2018 where our Google partners will be presenting some of the innovative ways to get noticed online.

Who is this for?

We are supporting businesses in Calder Valley affected by the ongoing economic impact of the 2015 floods. We are prioritising businesses in Brighouse, Elland and Sowerby Bridge at this event.

Timetable

  • 7.30 Registration, Refreshments & pastries
  • 8.00 Introduction to Digital Advertising shows small businesses how to attract new customers by optimising their presence on Google, gathering consumer insights and online advertising
  • 9.00 Social Media Strategy explores how to create a business strategy based on your business goals
  • 10.30 Writing for Social media is great for small business owners, looking to develop interesting content, headlines and ad copy. You’ll also develop a tone of voice that reflects you and your business.

There are limited places so book your ticket now! Click here – eventbrite.png

We look forward to meeting you all.

Kate, No Nonsense Networking, Alison and Stephen, *Upper Calder Valley Renaissance

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