Coffee, Croissants and Conversions – as the name suggests – invites representatives from local businesses to join theEword for a coffee and find out first hand, in straightforward terms, how digital and online marketing can be used to improve sales and conversions.
The meetings will consist of an informal chat with theEword directors Al Mackin and Tom Glass, during which businesses can make the most of an impartial consultation on their existing campaigns and websites and receive open, no-strings advice on areas they may want to investigate in future.
Members of theEword team will also be on hand to answer any questions that guests have about online marketing (http://theeword.co.uk/services/online_marketing.html), pay per click or search engine optimisation – again, using jargon-free, neutral terms without any obligation.
The idea for the new initiative came from the success of previous consultations held at theEword’s Trafford Park offices. Anyone who does pop in for a coffee will be under no commitment to sign up to any services.
Managing director Al Mackin said:
“These informal chats give businesses a great chance to come in and take advantage of some honest, open advice about online marketing – what is the difference between SEO and PPC, how can the latter be used to drive sales, and so on – and the potential of their campaigns at a time when the digital market is becoming increasingly important.”
The unique opportunity is available to businesses of any size in the SEO Manchester (http://theeword.co.uk/) area, with ‘coffee morning’ dates available throughout 2010. To book a meeting, company representatives should visit URL and leave their details – theEword will do the rest.
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