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September 2, 2014


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International Online Marketing – FREE 2 Day Action Planning Workshop

Want to reach a wider audience? Then why not attend this FREE 2 day workshop delivered by expert practitioners at the Proact Stadium (Chesterfield Football Club) this September? This highly respected workshop has been developed to help you identify new international markets and ensure your online presence is focused effectively.

Proact Stadium – Chesterfield Football Club

Day 1: Monday 8th September 2014

Day 2: Thursday 18th September 2014

Workshop programme in detail:

  • How to develop an international online marketing strategy
  • An analysis of the online marketing opportunities in foreign languages and markets
  • Considerations when choosing your foreign markets
  • How to protect your Intellectual Property abroad
  • How to ensure that your message is delivered in a manner that is acceptable and attractive to local markets
  • International online payment systems
  • How to localise and optimise content
  • Steps to increase visibility on foreign search engines
  • Examples of peculiarities of e-commerce in some countries
  • The social media landscape abroad
  • The role of mobile marketing
  • Lateral thinking and ways of creating your niche in other markets

This two day workshop will demystify international online marketing and show how it can be simpler (and more cost-effective) than many people think.

Delivered by expert practitioners this FREE 2 day workshop is available to any business based in the East Midlands.

BOOK NOW to secure your place

This workshop forms part of the Transforamtional ICT programme of FREE workshops and events. For further details click here 

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