Have you registered yet for the next online business bootcamp?

The next Media Matters’ online marketing bootcamp takes place on May 17th.
Places are free and are filling up fast for this popular early morning session run by city PR and marketing agency Media Matters.

The bootcamps are designed to keep businesspeople up to date with new developments and latest changes within the world of online marketing. If your business uses the Internet to promote your service or product, the bootcamp could be highly relevant to you.

Bootcamp topics will be:
Facebook and Google+ go head to head with new looks and features. A whistle-stop tour to show what the new “Timeline” means for your business pages and an update on Google+ progress.
New social media trends – Pinterest has just become the third largest social network globally, overtaking Linkedin. How can you use this medium to promote your products and services? The five key aspects about Pinterest you need to know.
Google’s most recent significant update – do you know who’s linking to you? Latest information on why Google has changed tactics again and tips to bear in mind for good link-building.

Chartered marketer Karen McNulty from Media Matters will deliver the session and will be followed by Emma Hayward, senior associate solicitor at Sloan Plumb Wood LLP, who will be providing an overview of copyright considerations and how to ensure best protection when posting content and photos on social networking sites; also, how far you can go in using material created by third parties on your social networking sites.

The bootcamp takes place in the Huntingdon Suite at Peterborough Arena, East of England Showground, on Thursday May 17th and runs from 8.15-10am. It is an informal session with ample time to ask questions and a light breakfast is provided.

Places are free but seats are limited and must be reserved in advance.
For more details or to register contact