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During this course you will cover:

  • What is social selling?
  • Understanding online selling
  • An introduction to the social buying journey
  • Top tips for the social selling networks – LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook
  • Using marketing to support sales

This evening course is aimed at B2B marketers who have strong sales skills and want to understand the role of social selling and how it can help them improve sales. Sales managers wanting to find out about social selling and sales professionals wanting to network and learn top tips will also benefit.

​Event Details:
  • 5.30pm | Doors open & wine network reception
  • 6pm | Talk starts
  • 7pm | Talk ends & time for questions
  • 7.30pm | Evening ends

Course availability 

start study mode location member non-member exam fee
Evening class DMA House (London) £50.00 £100.00 £0.00
more info
book until 8 Nov 2018
venue 70 Margaret Street

NB: Prices above subject to VAT.

Course information


Julie Atherton F IDM, Managing Director, Small Wonder

A business and marketing consultant with significant experience in B2B, B2C, commercial and not-for-profit organisations, and a particular specialism in the education sector. A strategist and trainer delivering leadership, business transformation, integrated marketing, and brand development projects, Julie’s expertise includes content marketing, brand engagement, recruitment, fundraising, CRM, digital and data, and social media.
This course provides a very detailed understanding of how data should be used and assessed, not only in email marketing but in the wider marketing mix.

Ronak Patel,
Digital Strategist, DraftFCB London

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