Local IQ to host digital marketing seminars in Workington, Kendal and Carlisle | Times and Star – Times & Star

November 11, 2022
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A SERIES of free seminars are being staged to offer expert digital marketing advice.
LocaliQ will be hosting three digital marketing seminars across the region- whose brands include in-Cumbria magazine and The Cumberland News.
Josh Holmes, head of digital for LOCALiQ Cumbria will be running a video content creation workshop to demonstrate how you can create engaging content for your business.
Josh said: “This is a great way for Cumbrian businesses to develop digital skills. Our nononsense, jargon-free approach means that the seminars will be engaging and relaxed with plenty of opportunities for networking.
“The seminars are targeted towards all your business needs, such as attracting new clients, increasing social media engagement, raising awareness of your products/offering and future-proofing your business presence online,” 
Emily Wood, LocaliQ Cumbria’s head of outside sales, will be presenting a session on digital marketing strategic advice for 2023.
The three seminars will be located at the following venues:
Tullie House (Carlisle) – 10am Wednesday, November 9, FREE Tickets: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/430792029557
Energus (Workington) – 10am Friday, November 11, FREE Tickets: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/430796733627
Carus Green (Kendal) – 10am Wednesday, November 16, FREE Tickets: www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/430794647387
LOCALiQ Digital Seminar – Video Marketing & Digital Strategy – Carlisle
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