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Bitmaker: Digital Marketing workshop
Tue, 21 March 2017, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EDT
**This workshop is not at Bitmaker's King Street West location – it is located at our 111 Peter Street classroom space!**
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 Peter Reitano.
- 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
- 6:30PM - 6:45PM: Sign-in & Networking
- 6:45PM - 8:30PM: Workshop
- 8:30PM - 9:00PM: Q&A
Getting ready to attend
We recommend bringing a laptop to take notes and some questions you'd like to ask Peter. We'll be reserving plenty of time for Q&A after Peter's introductory lecture.
Meet your instructor
Peter pulse-checks the latest tech trends. He’s been in the digital marketing game for eight years and counting. He’s skipped around the Commonwealth – born in Australia, raised in England, and now resides in Canada. Get him chatting by mentioning growth hacking, philosophy, progressive heavy metal…you name it.
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Front access to the building is not presently wheelchair accessible – there is one step at the front entrance's outside door, and several steps leading into the lobby.
There is access without stair barriers from the underground parking – if you require assistance entering the building, or wish for further access details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gendered, multi-stall washrooms are available on the same floor as the classroom. These are not wheelchair accessible.