In a world where being the best that you can be online is paramount, it’s often hard to cut through the noise and really establish what is important. At the recent National Caravan Council Roadshow, we had the opportunity to address just that as our very own Laura Coleby took to the stage to discuss all things digital marketing.
An independent body to the leisure industry, The National Caravan Council exists to promote industry best practice and to act as a conduit between government and regulatory bodies and members of the NCC.
To highlight the importance of best practice within the sector the NCC hosts annual workshops across the country to bring respected industry suppliers and NCC members together. This year we were pleased to be the chosen digital agency to address council members on the importance of digital marketing best practice.
As you’re most probably aware when it comes to digital marketing there is always something new. Whether that’s methods to reach new customers or tools to help you remarket to your existing audience base, there is a multitude of platforms and techniques that you need to be utilising.
At 67 Degrees we offer a range of digital marketing services. With a specialism for bespoke and award-winning website design, we are well placed to also assist you with social media management, SEO and PPC. It was, therefore, a natural fit for 67 Degrees to be on hand to deliver the latest in the world of digital marketing.
With three packed sessions taking place across the country it was fantastic to see so many NCC members present. With topics covering social media, the importance of Google My Business, Google Services and email marketing, there was much to cover and it was pleasing to see so many members making notes and asking questions before going away to implement some of what they learnt.
In a world where people are typically time poor, getting your business across in a clear and concise manner is paramount. The beauty of digital marketing is that there are a number of free tools such as Google My Business that you can be utilising right now. Even if you are tight for time when it comes to your marketing, investing a little time can go a long way when it comes to getting results.
It was a genuine pleasure to be on hand at the roadshows and we would like to extend our thanks to the National Caravan Council for inviting us to speak to NCC members. In addition, we would like to extend our thanks to the NCC members that were present. If you would like to discover more about the NCC and the work that they do, their website can be found here.