Webinar recordings: Marketing

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Watch how to develop exciting marketing strategies that can transform your business and take it places that you didn't think possible.

Webinar Recordings

Promoting your practice on social media

Recorded on 23 September 2020

Christine Pope, Chair of ATMS’s marketing committee will review the major social media platforms that you can use to promote your practice. Christine will highlight the benefits of each platform and focus on how you can build a following and promote your practice effectively.

Start to build a following on Facebook, Instagram or LinkedIn before you open your practice!

How to Improve the Selling of your Goods and Services Online

Recorded on 21 September 2019

In this webinar Alan Spender the Marketing and E-commerce Manager at Brisbane Airport Corporation outlines strategies on how to improve the e-commerce operations of your business.

During this webinar Alan will discuss the following:

- Identifying Your Market: How search trends can help you find your point of difference... and the audience that seeks it.

- Web Platforms: Where should I sell my product/service?

- What type of Digital Marketing should I do? (content, social, performance based)

- Managing Ad Campaigns for an effective ROI (Return on Investment).


Using Social Media to Build Brand Identity

Recorded on 24 August

In this webinar Ella Doyle founder of Social Cut focuses on how to establish your brand. During the webinar Ella discusses:

- How to build your personal brand
- Thinking about your business brand and personal brand (are they separate, intertwined, etc.)
- Using social media to build brand identity

Branding and Marketing Yourself - Dahna Borg

Recorded on 25 February 2016

Business Development Webinar - Zephram Consulting

Recorded on 28 January 2016

How to Protect Your Brand and Intellectual Property

Recorded on 14 August 2014

The New Paradigm of "Trust Marketing" for the Wellness Industry

Recorded on 22 May 2014

Developing and Building Your Business

Recorded on 8 May 2014