Social Media for Business Taster Course Presentation

A copy of yesterday’s ‘Social Media for Business – Social Media Taster Course‘ Powerpoint Presentations are shown below.

For all those who could not get a place on the first course, please get in touch, as we are hoping to run another event on Thursday May 7th.

Social Media Taster Course

All the resources used to prepare the presenation have been added to our Delicious Social Bookmarks under the tag ‘smtc’ – you can access these by going to http://www.delicious.com/galileorm/smtc

More details on the presenters can be found below:

Aren Grimshaw
Social Media Consultant (UKNetWeb Limited)
Aren is an experienced marketer with a good knowledge of social media tools, trends and emerging technology. He has worked with a range of small to medium enterprises in identifying routes to market their business on and offline. In 2008 he was awarded the Hub Innovator of the Year Award for his work on virtual conferences and the new Business Cornwall website.

Rob Edlin
Internet Marketing Consultant (Niddocks Limited)
Rob works with small, medium and large businesses throughout the UK, delivering training and consultancy on how to improve paid search results, natural search marketing, SEO and other forms of online marketing. His company, Niddocks, is a Google Adwords Qualified Company. Clients include: Fifteen Cornwall, Eden Project and Frugi.

Toby Parkins
Web and Ecommerce Consultant (UKNetWeb Limited)
Toby has worked with a range of small, medium and large businesses to identify routes to maximise their revenue online. His work with UKNetWeb has seen him deliver a number of world firsts on behalf of clients. In 2007 he was responsible for generating a mobile application for Nokia, forming part of a multi-channel campaign across numerous countries.

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This post was posted on Friday, April 3rd, 2009 at 11:22 am and is filed under Business, Commentary, E-commerce, Marketing, News, social media, Social Networking, Web 2.0.

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