Upcoming marketing training and other events include the following.

Video Marketing Workshops, January & February 2020

Social media sites, especially Facebook, have begun to favour posts including video, by increasing their reach relative to other post types.

Why? Because that’s what your audience wants.

Engagement levels tend to be higher for video posts and videos can also perform very well when embedded in your website pages or email newsletters.

Learn how to use various tools to create and edit videos which you can then use on your website or social media platforms.

We will cover VideoShop for smartphones (small app purchase fee of approx €2.50 applies), Filmora for laptops (once-off lifetime licence costs approx €60) and screen grab presentations / tutorials.

This is ‘learning by doing’ training, so please bring both your laptop and smartphone, as well as cables to link them. Please note that tablets do not have the same range of functionality as laptops and are not recommended for this training.

Tuesdays, February 11 & 18 – Galway

Book now :

The cost of this practical training event, run over two full days, is Euro 70 pp.

For further information, please contact me on or 086 – 8318748.

Training courses proceed subject to minimum numbers.

Learning in the Forest May 2020

Come along to Killykeen Forest Park, between Cavan town and Killeshandra, on Tuesday May 19th for a few fun hours of Learning in the Forest.

We’ll discuss and share experience of social media, video marketing and digital marketing in general … all by the lake in this beautiful spot.

Enjoy lively chats about what steps we can take and which online tools we might use to grow our businesses or help the community groups we’re involved in.

In a wonderful spring woodland setting!

At Euro 10 pp, please book here. After Eventbrite’s modest commission, 100% of the funds raised will go to a local charity to be selected by those present.

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