Your website plays a central role in marketing your business online. But how many of your potential customers are engaging with it? Where does your traffic come from? Is your content interesting? Are you reaching your target market?
This workshop will help you to learn how to take control of your analytics, engage potential customers and make your website work even better for your business.
If you’re baffled by SEO or have no idea where to find your analytics, don’t worry – this workshop is suitable for all, and will give you clear hints and tips that you can take away and apply in your own business.
Topics covered will include:
About the Trainer:
This workshop will be delivered by Nick Lewis of Nick Lewis Communications. In 2017, Nick Lewis was named as No. 28 in Sage's Top 100 Global Business Influencers List, and specialises in helping people to interpret and use online marketing and social media for the benefit of their business or organisation. He has over 15 years experience of delivering a no-nonsense, human approach to online marketing.
How to Book:
Contact us to book your place. All places must be booked in advance and by no later than Friday 16th March.
Members £25 / Non - Members £40
This workshop is part of the South West Wales Regional Tourism Skills programme run by the South West Wales Tourism Associations (Carmarthenshire Tourism Association, Pembrokeshire Tourism and Tourism Swansea Bay.)
Members of all three Associations can attend this workshop at a special discounted rate of £25 per person.
The cost to all others is at the still excellent value, subsidised price of £40 per person.
Unable to make this date?:
This course will also run in Swansea on Wednesday 25th April and Pembrokeshire on Wednesday 2nd May . Contact us for more details.
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