Digital Workshop

Thank you for attending our 4th Digital Meetup – sponsored by Trust Pilot

Thank you to everyone who attended our free Digital Marketing Meetup last night. It was a great success and saw over 100 digital marketeers network, share experiences and learn from our expert speakers.

Dan Butt – Trustpilot
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dan-butt-826a683a
Dan talked about how social proof is impacting products / services and how using a review platform gives you transparency in the industry. This instigated some interesting questions and conversations around maximising customer reviews to grow your business.

Mark Colgan – Yellow O
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/markcolganmarketing/
Mark talked about how to create effective case studies and why your customers should be involved in writing them. This created some interesting questions and conversations around case studies and how they should be used.

Dan Croxen-John – AWA Digital
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dancroxenjohn/
Dan talked about how Conversion Rate Optimisation (CRO) and why you should test landing pages and integrate reviews into your website. This sparked some interesting questions and conversations around the impact this would have on the bottom line of a business.

Our next free Digital Marketing Meetup will be on 4th December and will focus on ‘Engaging With Your Customers’

Tickets are available now. We hope to see you there!
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