21 August 2020 | 2 Minute(s) to read
At Smokeylemon we’ve decided it’s time we tooted our own horn, nice and loud, and more importantly for your benefit.
Amongst our astute band of marketers, designers and developers, we have accrued a vast bank of helpful knowledge to help you market and promote your business. We thought rather than humming a silent tune in our own heads, everyone would be better off if we share some of our wisdom to help other business owners like you to amplify the unique tone of your own organisation, to toot your own horn.
So...we would like to invite you to join us for our first ever Smokeylemon Soapbox Session, which will take place on Thursday 17th of September at the Do Box New Plymouth. We plan that this bi-monthly series of events will cover key topics in the world of marketing, design & web development with a particular focus aimed at SME businesses. The Soapbox Session will also give attendees a chance to meet the Smokeylemon team and pick their brain as well as network with other business owners.
In the first event, titled “Leveraging Your Local Market” we will cover how to use best marketing practices to lead the way on a local market level.
With a sudden focus on shopping local to bolster regional economies you will learn how to:
Target customers on a local level using Facebook ads and Google My Business, Maps and Search Console
Increase your organic Google rankings with better SEO practices
Understand recent changes applied by Google that affect the way your listings appear to a local audience
Our aim is that you will come away with a greater understanding on how best to market your businesses to local customers so that when you do toot your horn it’s nice and loud!
This event will be presented by our two Marketing Strategists Ross and Emma, who between them have 20+ years experience working in the brand and marketing world. They have both promised that passing on their top tidbits of information will be both useful and entertaining plus they’ll provide some drinks & nibbles for attendees on arrival.
So, what are you waiting for?