*Now fully booked - contact us to be added to the reserve list*
Learn How Best To Use Imagery & Video In Your Online Marketing!
Videos, photography and images are effectively a mandatory element of effective social media and online marketing. But what works and what doesn’t? And do you really know how best to use and when to post images, and what those images should be of?
Nick Lewis of Get Seen Now (www.getseennow.co.uk) is providing the opportunity to get answers in 1-on-1 private sessions that are tailored to your business' specific needs. If you have got any questions or queries on how best to use either video or photography in the context of social media or your website, now is your chance to get them answered!
Nick can cover with you:
· Images on websites
· Images on social media
· Live broadcasts
· Image and video strategies
· How video and images relate to your overall brand
· Tips and hints relating to all of the above
· And much, much more.
Contact us to book your place. Places must be booked in advance and by no later than Tuesday 6th November. Sessions will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis - and as we anticipate demand for these sessions to be high, we encourage you to book as soon as possible to secure your place.
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.
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