Digital Marketing Workshop Success

Businesses get online marketing advice at the MNA Digital Marketing Workshop 

Businesses from across the region joined MNA Digital for a free digital workshop to get expert advice on how to attract and convert more customers online.

Representatives from a range of companies attended the event on Tuesday at Casino 36 in Temple Street, Wolverhampton, to get the latest tips and advice on how to attract and convert more customers online.

MNA Digital MD Andy Hill gave a presentation to delegates to share his tips and advice on how to get websites working effectively.

The audience had been invited by colleagues from the advertising department to support the new activity generated by the digital first sales team.

With over 25 years digital experience working for the likes of Zoopla and Autotrader, Andy was able to give his unique insight into the ways local businesses can compete in an increasingly digital world.

Andy’s presentation included his take on the way digital marketing is moving forward, along with practical advice on how businesses and organisations can ensure they get best use of their investment in online activity.

The digital workshop, which was supported by colleagues from across the MNA, included networking opportunities for delegates who took part.

The MNA Digital experts in PPC, SEO and other digital marketing techniques were on hand to give one to one advice and discuss the services offered by the MNA.

The event is the first in a series of digital workshops planned for 2019 by the digital first team.

Digital sales campaign manager Natalie Coughlan, who organised the morning, said the workshop had been a positive event.

She said: “This was the first MNA Digital workshop we have organised as part of the digital first sales strategy and we were pleased that delegates took up the invitation to join us at Casino 36 for the morning.

“We aim to hold a series of events in the Black Country and Shropshire to not only spread the word about MNA Digital’s credentials as a digital marketing services agency but also to generate opportunities for sales staff to engage with people in the market for support.

“Digital marketing is a competitive market yet we hope to make progress in showing potential customers what MNA Digital can do for them.”

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