[Event] How Content Marketing Can Help You Sell More

A half-day workshop where you will gain the knowledge and confidence to plan and implement your own tailored content marketing strategy to drive more customers to your website.

4 Intensive Hours of Learning + Putting Ideas Into Action

Workshops are great, BUT how many of us do nothing different afterwards? A bit of after-event support would be nice to keep us motivated.

So we've decided to use 4 hours of your valuable time to teach you what works and to give you the right tools to implement your content marketing strategy.

But here's what's different; AFTER the half-day course we'll support you to get started on implementing your strategy.

Who is this course for?

Start-up or SME owners, marketing managers in SMEs, PROs of community groups and not-for-profit organisations, sole traders and freelancers who want to take their business to the next level.

What to expect

In just 4 hours you will have identified your target market, found out what content they're hungry for and understood content strategy. But it doesn't end here: we'll keep in touch for 14 days until you publish your first piece of content and track its results.

Why attend?

Sales presentations are OVER. Content marketing is ON. In 2015, hot companies like Wiggle, Fiverr, Moz, Hubspot and Stripe are doing all their marketing via content. By targeting their audience with subjects their readers love, they're creating loyal ambassadors and pulling in unlimited leads. Not one, not ten, but thousands of them.

Date: TBC (November 2015) Time: 5-9 pm Venue: Dublin Chamber of Commerce, 7 Clare St, Dublin 2

For more information (and to secure your tickets) visit http://businessbloomer.com/content-marketing-workshop-dublin/



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