South Yorkshire Digital Marketing Conference

17th May 2017

Following the huge success of Objective Creative's Conference in 2016, we are delighted to host the event in 2017 and aim to make it bigger and better.

The event will feature ways to improve performance of search engine optimisation, pay per click advertising and social media campaigns. Specialists from award winning Sheffield based marketing agency Objective Creative will discuss the very latest website development methods, including ways to ensure your website is accessible on all mobile devices. Complimentary refreshments, breakfast, and networking opportunities will be available for all delegates. The conference agenda will feature: The history of search marketing Why search marketing is important The future of search marketing DIY search marketing How to develop successful PPC advertising campaigns What makes a great website The importance of mobile optimisation How to maximise leads from your website How to social media There will also be an opportunity to ask questions to the specialist digital marketing panel.

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