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Learn digital marketing from the experts

07 Feb 2012

A New Zealand social media expert has gathered a panel of digital marketing specialists for a 10-week course on the various tools that are available for business owners looking to reach and connect with online audiences.

The course, called ‘20’, will be taught in two weekly sessions delivered via online video, and will cover topics such as online branding, SEO and Google Adwords, creating and running a Facebook page, blogging, and creating YouTube videos. Speakers include Richard Conway from Pure SEO, Anna Gervai from Orchid Web Design, and Lewis Bostock from Bostock Media.

The sessions will be broadcast on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11am, although they will also be recorded for participants who can’t make those times, or want to watch them again.

Linda Coles from Blue Banana has organised the course, and will deliver her own sessions on choosing the right platform for your business and maximising the benefits of a LinkedIn profile.

The $199 course is limited to 1000 participants, and those who register before March 31 will receive a 50% discount on the fee.

Sessions begin on May 1; go here for more.

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