This is the third of a 3-part seminar: The Art of Storytelling for Marketing organised in partnership with Soundvybe, a company offering creative solutions for marketing of small businesses using a myriad of established web platforms to develop bespoke marketing campaigns that capture attention of the audiences.
Session 3: Application Appreciation
Whether you are an experienced content creator or just a born social media aficionado, there will come a point at which you will have to decide to move from an open platform like social media to your very own website or mobile application. With the advancement in both HTML5 coding and mobile application development solutions at a fraction of their previously expensive costs now available. We will take you through the advantages of securing your very own brand platform. Followed by a Q&A and Networking session.
Session 1: Content is Key- The Art of Storytelling for Marketing (26 Sept 2016) This session will discuss the benefits of branded content to gain a fast-paced audience participation, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of going viral. The session will highlight the best platforms to ensure your content gets into the right hands. Followed by Q&A and networking session.
Session 2: The Image is the Message - The Art of Storytelling for Marketing (24 Oct 2016) This session will offer an in-depth look at the benefits of images in your digital and print marketing campaigns. We look at how to encourage your audience to interact with your images while maintaining your brand recognition at the forefront of your communication, and offer tips on how to keep the message alive on social media. Followed by a Q&A and networking session.
You are welcome to book for any of these sessions but we strongly recommend booking for all three to get the most out of the series. To book your place on the sessions listed below please follow this link: View organiser profile
When & Where
Kensington & Chelsea - Business Information Point
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