On 23rd November, Kaizen will be hosting a full-day digital PR workshop, designed to show our process of earning over 10,000 backlinks on top-tier sites such as Marie Claire, Business Insider and Culture Trip over the last five years. It will take place at Citypoint, in Moorgate, London.
The CEO & Founder of Kaizen, Pete Reis-Campbell, will be delivering a full-day workshop on digital PR and Outreach, and we’d love for you to attend! By combining the very best in traditional PR tactics and scaling them with a content marketing strategy, Pete has built a unique approach to creating digital content and convincing journalists to cover it every day. This is a rare opportunity to learn his unique strategy on how to land links and coverage from websites like Mashable, AOL, HuffPost and major newspapers.
The event will be limited to 8 attendees to ensure thorough and personalised training.
There will be numerous sessions throughout the day, including:
Introducing Pete Reis-Campbell
Pete Reis-Campbell is the CEO & Founder of UK-based digital marketing agency, Kaizen. Kaizen works with brands like River Island, TUI, and TravelSupermarket to create award-winning content and boost SEO performance, through earned links from top-tier media publications such as the Daily Mail, Marie Claire, Lonely Planet and Business Insider. The company is the fastest growing independent agency for gross profit, as recognized by The Drum, and was featured in the top 50 startups of 2017 by Startups.co.uk.
Tea & coffee breaks and lunch are included within your ticket.
So, are you ready to become an outreach expert?
We are offering one lucky person a free ticket, worth £350!
All you have to do is:
Click ‘Attending’ on our Facebook page
Enter your email here:
Entries will close on the 19th November at 00.00.
The winner will be announced on the 20th November.
Alternatively, secure your ticket (only 2 left!) here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-pr-and-outreach-workshop-tickets-50683660192
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