Are you trying to promote a new business or app? Do you manage your company’s online marketing accounts? Start learning some strategies in our beginner Digital Marketing workshop.
You’ll leave this workshop with an overview of digital marketing, some insights with case studies, and an introduction to Facebook’s ad builder. You’ll also get the chance to ask your questions to digital marketer Demetrius Michael.
- Explaining key terms and concepts
- Finding your audience
- Searching for the right platform
- Case studies: Using Facebook at Shopify & Student success stories
- Demo: Building an ad the right way on Facebook
- 6:30 PM – 6:45 PM: Sign-in & Networking
- 6:45 PM – 8:30 PM: Workshop
- 8:30 PM – 9:00 PM: Q&A
Getting ready to attend
We recommend bringing a laptop to take notes and some questions you’d like to ask Demetrius. We’ll be reserving plenty of time for Q&A after Demetrius’ introductory lecture.
Meet your instructor
Demetrius is a growth hacker, a trader, and somewhat unsurprisingly, a Freemason. Prior to Bitmaker, Demetrius built a startup that got people Twitter followers and 2Pac was the first client (well, at least his estate was). He now runs his own marketing agency, helping people make money on Facebook.
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Entrance is off King Street West, and has a short flight of stairs with railings on each side. Doors are not motorized/automatic.
The building has an elevator with a 34-inch wide doorway. The doorways to each floor are 35 inches wide.
Washrooms are available on each floor and are gendered. There are two narrow stalls in the women’s washrooms, and one stall and urinal in each of the men’s.
Our classroom tables on the third floor are readily moveable, whereas the table arrangement on the second floor is more fixed.
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