Free weekly July webinars to help NI businesses with online presence

  • Founder of PR business Excalibur Press, Tina Calder is continuing to host free webinar sessions throughout July to support companies and individuals with digital transformation throughout Covid-19.

    Topics covered will include blogging, podcasts, and maximising the use of LinkedIn.

    Today’s (9 July) 3pm session will allow attendees to learn how to set up a webinar for the first time.

    Tina said: “This session has been tailored to show how webinars can help businesses and individuals supercharge their marketing and sales efforts, as well as establishing them as real influencers and market leaders.”

    The July series continues with ‘Turning Your Face To Face Training Into An Online Course’ on 15 July, ‘Creating A Thought Leadership Strategy’ on 16 July, ‘Blogging for Business’ on 22 July, and ‘Supercharge Your LinkedIn With Great Content’ on 30 July.

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    “We've set aside an hour and a half for each webinar which will help you start thinking about what you need to do to begin reaching towards online success,” Tina explained.

    Throughout each session Tina said she will aim to simplify the process, as well as give an opportunity for questions and answers to give attendees real and practical tips and advice.

    Tina has over two decades of experience in media, publicity, publishing and content creation and said: “At the beginning of the Covid crisis like many businesses I was in shock at the speed at which my business was changing. Clients were no longer able to commit to budgets and large projects were put on hold.

    “I realised quickly that if I could use my experience to help people learn new skills and cope with the crisis a little better then I could create a wonderful community of learners and welcome them into the Excalibur Press family through our online brand The Content Club.

    “These webinars offer me a great way to connect with the business community and find out exactly what services they need and want during this time.”

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