*In person* How To Increase Traffic To Your Website – July 2022
July 28 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pmFree
For the vast majority of purchasing decisions made by consumers or businesses, the process begins with the internet. This How To Increase Traffic To Your Website workshop will show you how to ensure that your website and digital presence are fit for purpose and attract as much traffic as possible. We’ll cover how you can enhance our position in Google searches and, importantly, get people to take action when on your website.
When is the How To Increase Traffic To Your Website workshop?
This workshop is being held on Thursday 28th July, 10am-1pm.
What will I learn?
- How to check our existing website and how it ranks.
- Key stats that we need to focus on, online and offline.
- Key things we can do to enhance our website.
- How to drive more traffic to our website.
- How to get website users to take action.
Who’s delivering this How To Increase Traffic To Your Website workshop?
Darren Stevens’ first job in Marketing was in 1985 when he joined Bang & Olufsen (who then had their UK headquarters in Gloucester). Ever since Marketing has been a key part of his working life. Now Managing Director of Prestbury Marketing, a business he established in 2010, he helps his clients with all aspects of marketing, but in particular digital marketing. He has helped over 100 Gloucestershire businesses improve their marketing.
What do people think?
Darren is a pleasure to work with and his marketing knowledge is second to none.
Luke Saunders, Cheltenham Town Football Club after advising the Club on a major survey of its fans.
Darren is a pleasure to work with, always delivers above and beyond expectations, and is someone I would have no hesitation in working with again and recomending to others.
David Owen, Chief Executive, GFirst LEP.
Where is it held?
This workshop is held on the first floor of The Growth Hub in Gloucester; a centre of support and learning for growing businesses, based at Oxstalls Campus at the University of Gloucestershire.
This venue is fully accessible. Lunch and refreshments are provided, and parking is available on-site (for £2.55 for the day by card). Please let us know of any dietary requirements at least 5 days in advance of the workshop by emailing email@example.com.
Staying Covid-19 safe
It is advised that you carry out a lateral flow test before entering the University campus, and that you wear a mask while on campus. While these are not compulsory, they will help to keep yourself and others safe.
Growth workshops are offered by Start and Grow Enterprise, a University of Gloucestershire project part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Start and Grow Enterprise supports the growth of Gloucestershire-based entrepreneurs and start-ups (trading up to 3 years) through free training, events, networks and resources.