March 11, 2009

B2B Centre's Web Workshop – 5th March

Writing about web page http://www.nb2bc.co.uk

Last week’s web workshop was very well attended and received. B2B eBusiness consultants Mark Bonnett and Steve Orriss lead discussions and presentations on a variety of essential web and eMarketing topics such as website planning & content, what's new in the market, SEO & PPC and how to use blogging and social media effectively.

The following B2B Members attended:

Chris Burleigh - Target Management Services

Nick Davies and Callum Goodland - Universal Automotive Ltd

Amanda Dowson – Hopefish (www.hopefish.co.uk/)

Cath Fearn - SI Printers (www.siprinters.co.uk/)

Andrew Gibbs - Warwick Design (www.warwickdesign.com/)

Martin Parry - MGBA Ltd (http://ukba.co.uk/)

Stephen Pollock - Stapling & Nailing Supplies

Jim Reah – DCK Services (http://www.heritagepolish.com and http://heritagepolish.blogspot.com/)

Malene Stanley – KSB Kids (www.kidsshouldbekids.co.uk/)


Delegate feedback included:

Cath Fearn “I would just like to say how much I enjoyed the workshop; it was a nice small informal group. Lots of participation and opportunity to ask questions”

Malene Stanley “I really benefited from yesterday, absolutely brilliant”

Andrew Gibbs “I found social networking and Google analytics most useful and interesting”

Neil Davies “All very interesting, lots of food for thought”


“Our interactive workshops are designed to help delegates raise their e-marketing knowledge learn how important website and content planning is, and also learn new ways in which they can promote their company using e-marketing techniques and tools. It also gives delegates a chance to raise any specific questions/ queries they have with their own website" http://www.nb2bc.co.uk/events


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