Struggling with Digital Marketing? Octane launches ‘Let’s Dance’ Free Webinar
UPDATED: WEBINAR RESCHEDULED FOR 4/17 AT 1:00PM EST
Are feeling bogged down in your digital marketing during COVID-19? Were you feeling that way before the coronavirus? Either way I can relate.
During the pandemic Octane too had been struggling to find ways to better meet you where you are. Recently in a random re-read of Seth Godin’s book This is Marketing we reaffirmed that marketing at this time is less and less of “I’ve got the magic keys” and more of a “let’s do this dance together”.
And thus developed a FREE WEBINAR to help you better market in this troubling times. Let’s Dance!
“Everyone has a noise in there heads.”-Seth Godin, This is Marketing
As a marketer we no longer really market. Instead of insisting we have a “breadwinning formula” or megaphoning how hard we’ve worked or how loud our own noise is… its much more of dance to meet you where you are… to do this marketing dance together.
This webinar is not your traditional listen and learn. It’s seriously thinking and engaging in deeper questions to help you digitally market your brand long after a pandemic ensues while bobbing with some tunes to keep you motivated!
Digital Branding Specialist and Graphic Designer Danielle Meadows-Stinnett of Octane Design Studios shares some exercises and insight on helping fine tune your brand for the next digital age over the simplistic theme of the “marketing dance” we all do to grow our business(es).
What we’ll discuss (preferably in PJs):
- 6 core steps to strategizing your marketing plan during COVID-19
- Core questions to think about how you want to pivot and position yourself/ business right now
- Access to pick my brain
- A motivating themed dance soundtrack to help keep your eye on the prize.
If this sounds valuable to you! Sign up below and I’ll see you in PJs April 16!
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OCTANE is an 12 year old, Black and Woman-Owned digital marketing & branding firm based in the heart of Kentucky.
We’ve helped brand and launch over 100 local businesses across America; ⅔ in Kentucky.
Over 60% of our clients are women or BIPOC owned businesses.