01/02/2017 by Tom Hodson
MNA Digital hosts first workshop for education leaders
MNA Digital welcomed 15 representatives from schools throughout the Black Country and Staffordshire to our office in Wolverhampton for a free digital marketing workshop.
Visitors included representatives from Wolverhampton Girls High School, Sandwell Academy, Brownhills School and Ellowes Hall School in Dudley.
The workshop was lead by MD Andy Hill, who explained the best ways for schools and academies to make the most of their digital marketing strategies. Andy talked the guests through the latest developments in the ever-changing digital market as well as ways they can use social media to promote their organisations. He also gave the visitors some practical tips on optimising digital marketing without breaking the bank.
Andy's advice to the audience included how social media monitoring tools can help keep track of what is being said about their school on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter.
The guests were also talked through the different packages we offer including web advertising, web design, video and search engine optimisation. He also talked about the Pay-Per-Click (PPC) services that we offer a growing client list.
Andy said: "It was a pleasure to welcome so many people to MNA Digital for our first ever workshop. Everyone who attended showed an interest in making the most of digital platforms available to them.
"The workshop was hugely successful with positive feedback being received following the event, which sets us in good light as we prepare to host similar sessions throughout the year."
The guests were shown around the entire MNA Digital office before they had the chance to enjoy some lunch.
This event was the first in a series of visits to be organised to showcase the MNA as a multimedia platform.
MNA Marketing and Communications Director Chris Leggett introduced the event with an overview of the MNA and how 'our business is changing to reflect the growing importance of digital.'