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Digital Marketing Boot Camp comes to Chelmsford

April 10, 2012.

Experts to share profitable tips on email, SEO, paid search and social media

These days most businesses know they need to use online marketing to boost their profits, but few know how to do it effectively. Now businesses and B2B marketers in the East of England can change that quickly and affordably, thanks to the CIM East of England Business-to-Business Digital Marketing Bootcamp, which is being held at the Chelmsford Campus of Anglia Ruskin University on 18th April.

The day, which begins at 10am and runs until 4.15pm, focuses on four key areas of digital marketing businesses need to use to build their profits — email marketing, search engine optimisation (SEO), paid search and social media.

The topics covered on the day range from integrating email into your overall marketing strategy, right through to driving profit from Facebook, Twitter and other social media networks. However, all sessions have two things in common — they’re highly practical and give businesses and marketers ideas that can be put to work immediately, and they are laser-focused on making a return on investment.

If you would like to give your business a shot of digital marketing inspiration, sign up for the Bootcamp at www.cim.co.uk/eastofengland, telephone 01628 427340 or email cimevents.co.uk. The event costs £150 for non CIM members and £100 for members — with further concessions available for students.

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