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Think online programme

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An online marketing programme has been launched to help small businesses promote and sell online.

Think Online is fully funded and is open to small local businesses in the Boroughs of Limavady and Coleraine to develop the skills and master the tools and techniques available to support their online marketing efforts and ultimately grow their business, increase their income and employment opportunities.

The programme has been developed specifically for those businesses with little or no previous experience of online marketing and aims to provide tailored support to business owners so that they walk away with a clear understanding of where they are in the market and what things they should be looking at to get the best value from the Internet.

Think Online is fully funded and will provide tailored support to up to 60 small businesses through workshops, business clinics and one to one coaching provided by a team of experienced trainers and mentors with years of experience in all areas of online marketing including: Social Media, Search Engine Optimisation, Pay Per Click Advertising, Conversions, Reputation Management and Web Design. Paul Beattie - Development Services Manager at Limavady Borough Council, commented: “The programme aims to develop online awareness and marketing ethos among small businesses to help them realise their full potential, to grow their businesses and create employment opportunities.”

* To find out more or to register on the programme Coleraine businesses should contact Debbie Rymer on 0287035 6318 or email debbie.rymer@causeway-enterprise.co.uk

 
 
 

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