Free Advice for Businesses

10th November 2014

SHEFFIELD internet marketing agency Ignition Search is following up the success of its first seminar on the growing importance of digital and internet marketing with a second free session for businesses.

The sessions are part of the Ignition Search 'Be Seen Be Found' series of free events, headed by director Jon Colegate, who has been giving valuable internet marketing advice to the Sheffield business community for more than 15 years. Jon and the Ignition team's next free seminar  -  AdWords: You Can't Afford Not To -  will be held at 9am on Thursday, November 27 at The Chimney House in Kelham Island, where breakfast will also be provided free of charge. Areas to be covered will include An Introduction to Google AdWords Why AdWords? What Are the Benefits? Common Problems & Objections Planning Your Strategy Measuring Your Return Website Do's and Dont's -Our first free seminar was very well received and though it may surprise some people, I am happy to give away anything to anyone that helps businesses get to grips with what can be achieved from a well thought out Digital  Marketing campaign, said Jon. -I want everyone to understand as much as possible about how they can better use Google and other search engines to their advantage. To reserve a place at the next event or to find out more about future sessions contact Ignition's Alex Hughes by email or by calling 0114 272 2444.

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