Glasgow November 2018
THE GOOD, THE BAD and THE UGLY, 2018
This is the final New Media Breakfast of 2018 and as usual we will be taking a look back over the year to explore the good, the bad and the ugly in the world of digital marketing.
We will look at some of the standout campaigns, both the ones that worked well and perhaps some that failed. There is a great deal we can learn from what others have been doing. We hope you will get some inspiration from the good campaigns and we hope you can avoid the many potential pitfalls by looking at campaigns that didn’t work out so well.
It’s not all about the campaigns, we will also look at some of the platforms, apps and other tools that have emerged in 2018 and how you might be able to adopt some of these into your marketing in 2019. Likewise, we’ll explore if there are any platforms and tools that are not working so well which will also help you to identify where your focus should be next year.
Is there something you’d like us to look at?
If you’ve seen a campaign (or a new platform) during the year that you’d particularly like us to explore as a case study, please email email@example.com and we’ll be happy to consider including it in the presentation.
Attacat’s Tim Barlow talks about the October and November New Media Breakfasts
Take 90 seconds to watch Tim’s summary of the October New Media Breakfast and his introduction to November’s topic.
Who Should Attend
Business owners or people in a marketing role within a business or charitable organisation. Indeed, anyone interested in finding out what's working and what's not in digital marketing. Also, anyone looking for inspiration for their future marketing campaigns. And anyone who has been to any previous breakfast, we’d love to welcome you all back.
No.29 Members Go Free
If you are a 29 Member you can attend the breakfast free of charge. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with you membership number and he will add you to the attendance list.
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