It’s all about conversion: another digital marketing masterclass from Conscious Solutions

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30 September 2013

David Gilroy, Sales and Marketing Director and co-founder of Conscious Solutions, a digital marketing agency working specifically with the legal sector on website design, hosting and digital marketing solutions, invites you to attend, It’s All About Conversion: Another Digital Marketing Masterclass. After the success of their events series last year, Conscious are running the events again in four locations; Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and London, but with a whole new load of content, tips and advice.

This year’s event really is all about conversion; whether that’s driving more traffic to your website to increase your firm’s brand awareness; using your website as the basis for content marketing to showcase your legal expertise, or focusing on lead generation to ensure those visitors to your website turn into clients.

Covering content from the entire digital marketing spectrum, after this seminar you will know how to make the most out of using LinkedIn for your firm; measuring the most effective pages on your website; how your firm can utilise different social media platforms and the mechanics and importance of search engine optimisation for online visibility and maximising potential enquiries. If that isn’t enough, Conscious has joined forces with their specialist PPC partner, Search Star, to cover all of the options available in online advertising.

We’re all about the results and you should be too; we help law firms to maximise the investment that they’ve put into their website.

At just £95+VAT and offering delegates 5.5 hours SRA approved CPD points, these events are definitely not to be missed!

Places can be booked online at, reserved over the phone on 0117 325 0200 or by emailing with Digital Marketing Masterclass as the subject line.

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