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Two-Day Digital Publising And Content Marketing Course

By lovinmanchester

December 20, 2016 at 12:10am

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Every business has a story to tell – but converting that story into a format that can be consumed, enjoyed and shared by your audience is much easier said than done.

This is particularly true with a digital landscape that’s constantly changing – and as a business, with your focus elsewhere, it can be incredibly difficult to keep up with the latest platforms, trends and best practices.

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Course content

  • CMS
  • Basics of media and copyright law
  • Choosing and sourcing images
  • Rich media content (video, gifs, vines, snapchat etc)
  • Digital distribution
  • Social advertising
  • Analytics – and how to use the data to constantly improve your output

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Course Teachers

Our team have serious hands-on experience with publishing and sharing content daily to an audience of three million across the group.

  • Aidan Coughlan (Editor, The Lovin Group)
  • Niall Harbison (Founder, The Lovin Group)

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Course Details

Here's all the relevant information you'll need. Due to high demand we expect this event to sell out weeks in advance, so book early to avoid disappointment.

  • 26-27th November
  • Camden Court Hotel
  • Lunch will be provided both days
  • 10am - 4.30pm
  • You will need to bring a laptop

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