How to build a digital marketing marketing workshop?
That’s right, a new course to help you get started on building your digital marketing plan.
The Digital Media and Marketing Skills Workshop (DMSP) is available for free for any new participant to take at the University of Hawaii.
DMSP is part of the University’s Digital Marketing Learning Center, which is one of many digital marketing programs in the University System.
DMPS has been in existence since the fall of 2017, but the course has been offered in addition to the other classes offered through the College of Arts and Sciences.
It was developed by a group of University of Hawaiʻi staff, students, and faculty, including Director of Digital Marketing Paul J. Odom, Associate Dean of Student Learning and Teaching Karen H. Gao, Associate Professor of Digital Media Development and Design Paul A. Gatto, and Assistant Professor of Marketing Kaitlyn B. McPherson.
The course is a mixture of online and on-site learning, as well as hands-on sessions for students to build their own plans.
The first part of DMSP focuses on creating a digital plan for your business, as the students build an initial digital marketing strategy.
They will then use those strategies to create digital content for the business.
In this first part, the students will create their own blog posts, and then build their content using the platform WordPress.
Once they have their own content on WordPress, the plan for the day will be published on the College’s website, which will then serve as a guide for the students on how to build and share their content.
They can then customize their content, and post it to social media and other digital platforms to reach their audience.
The students are encouraged to create and share videos, and photos to encourage awareness and promote their work.
In the second part of this course, the student plans will continue to include content for their business’ website and social media accounts, as they will build an online presence for their work, and promote the course.
In addition to this, the course will include a workshop on building a digital product marketing strategy, as students will use a variety of resources to build an e-commerce platform and create a content strategy.
Students will also be encouraged to build relationships with influencers and community members through a variety, including social media platforms, blogs, video, and audio platforms.
Finally, the DMSP will provide them with guidance on how best to market their business, and how to do so with a focus on social media.
This workshop will last about 30 minutes.
It’s an intensive two-hour course that will teach the students how to: Create a website, and market it to their audience, Build a product strategy and marketing platform, and get their products and services on the internet, and Create a social media campaign and build an audience.
After completing this course they will be able to apply the lessons learned to create their digital marketing platform.
Students can enroll in this course at no cost.
It is also available through the University Library, with the course listing as a part of its curriculum.
More information about the DMPS course is available at the College website.