Grow your audience

Are you an artist looking to grow your audiences online and needing to develop your understanding of digital marketing? Don’t miss the next instalment of Arts Mid North Coast’s Professional Development Program: 

What: Grow Your Audience Workshop
Where: Charles Sturt University
When: 23/06/2024, 10:30am

Digital Marketing 101
How to build engagement & clientele through digital marketing platforms

What will be covered:

• Social Media – We talk the big 2 – Instagram & Facebook – how to maximise your time on these platforms to build your following.
• Email Marketing – Strategies to Build Your Database & Platforms to Build Engagement with Clients.
• Content – Tools to develop authentic & engaging content to build your following.

What You’ll Get Out of It:

• An overview of the Digital Marketing ‘maze’ & a better understanding of the right mix for your Business.
• A Simple & Practical Action Plan to make sure that you’re making the most of Digital Marketing tools.
• 4-Hours of 1:1 Support for your Business through the Digital Solutions Program – support to implement your Action Plan.

This workshop will be facilitated by Courtney Tune and Sam Rowe.
Courtney is the founder of Alt-Collective. Over the past 5-years Courtney has supported over a 1,000 local small business through Workshops and 1on1 Support. Prior to this Courtney was the founder of a Bar & Live Music Venue on the Mid-North Coast supporting local artists and musicians from the region.
Sam is the founder of Co Author Design & Media. He’s passionate about crafting content and creating authentic brands. Cutting his teeth in the advertising industry with some “big-name” Australian brands, he now focuses on building up the little guys and supporting small businesses in regional Australia, and loves doing so!

This Workshop is brought to you by Arts Mid North Coast in conjunction with the Business Centre & the Australian Government’s Digital Solutions Program.

What: Grow Your Audience Workshop
Where: Charles Sturt University
When: 23/06/2024, 10:30am