Digital Marketing for Everyone Thursday, September 26, 5:30-7:30 p.m.Location: The ForgePresenting: Eric Morrow, Digital Marketer Get your bearings in the digital marketing landscape. This workshop will cover a wide range of digital marketing concepts including: email, pay-per-click, SEO, online forums, and review sites. We’ll also discuss offline approaches to marketing, including events, partnerships and references/referrals. You’ll walk away with 2-3 ideas you can immediately put into action and also have an idea of what possibilities are available. Pizza and drinks will be served.
Student Takeaways:Learn about online and offline marketing possibilitiesCreate 2-3 immediately actionable ideas for your businessPrerequisites:
Have a business or want to start one
Interested in learning more? Read the course syllabus. The class is extremely interactive and students will fill out a worksheet with their ideas.About Eric:Eric Morrow is a digital marketer who most recently worked with IBM. He received his BA from UC: Berkeley and his JD from Georgetown Law. He has helped both large multi-national companies and individual artists and professionals tap into the power of digital media to gain more customers. Eric got his start in digital marketing five years ago at Datacap, a company specializing in capture software, and in 6 months grew their pipeline from $2 million to $5 million in qualified leads and contacts before the company was acquired by IBM.While in Europe, Eric became a mentor at Le Camping, one of Paris’s most well-regarded startup accelerators. There he helped startups put the theories of digital marketing, customer acquisition, lean startup and analytics into practice.Eric has offered this class in coworking spaces, incubators and universities in New York, London, Paris, Copenhagen, Berlin, and now Tulsa, Oklahoma! About The MineThe Mine is a program focused on social innovation and talent development in Tulsa. There are two components: The Core Fellowship and OpenMine events.The Core is a nine-month professional Fellowship implementing community-impact, social innovation projects to develop Tulsa’s top professional talentThe OpenMine consists of open public forums to engage the community in social innovation and business development across Tulsa.The Mine is powered by The Forge, The George Kaiser Family Foundation, the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation, and the University of Oklahoma Center for the Creation of Economic Wealth (CCEW).
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