Need help with your marketing strategy? Join us for a free webinar on 8 March
Love more customers and more sales, but don’t feel confident your current digital marketing plan (if you have one) is working?
We’ve teamed up with scheduling, payments, and admin automation experts Osu to bring you a free webinar at 6pm UK time on Tuesday 8 March in which you will discover how to confidently plan a digital marketing strategy that WORKS.
The class takes place online and a recording and free worksheet will be sent out afterwards, to help you make positive progress on your own strategy.
In the online class you’ll learn:
- Two reasons why you need to be crystal clear about your target audience
- And a powerful example of how this can immediately turn around your sales results
- The biggest mistake small businesses and freelancers make with their marketing journey
- The key information you need to know before creating marketing messaging
- Why you need to plan your content – and what you need to do it
- How a SMART goal can make or break your marketing
- What you need to do once your marketing plan is up and running
The right digital marketing strategy will transform your business or freelance career. After watching this class you’ll have a much clearer idea of what a plan needs to include and the process of creating one, so you can start planning your marketing strategy with confidence.
To join us for this free class, just click here to register. (This class will be recorded and a copy of the recording sent out to everyone who signs up, so book your place anyway, even if you can’t make the class live.)
What is Osu?
Osu is a simple, powerful and easy-to-use business management and payment collection app for the self-employed.
With over 10,000 people using Osu across the UK, the Osu app allows people to accept payments with 0% fees; automatically issue invoices and automatically chase late payers; schedule bookings with calendar links and automated booking reminders; and scan receipts and invoices to easily capture and track business expenses.
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