If you work, or did work in marketing, and are sat at home furloughed or working from home struggling for some inspiration then I hope this free webinar will help give you some extra motivation or enthusiasm – well for the next hour at least.

I have been writing our social media trends seminars for about six years now and I give them up and down the country usually in the standard face to face format – which I have to say I prefer. However, with the current climate the way it is we decided to take a digital-first approach and bring the seminars into marketers’ homes. We felt it would give you guys something interesting to watch and would make the most of the content we had already created.

Obviously, the world has changed a lot since January due to Covid19 but a lot will stay the same when the world gets back to some kind of normal. We still need to ensure we are following best practice and using the right channels to get our messages across.

To write this seminar I read more than 30 separate trends reports and have used numerous digital and social data tools to gather my data and information and come to the clearest set of conclusions.

In the Social Media Trends presentation we cover the following areas:

  • Intro to us
  • Tech trends in 2020
  • What do consumers want?
  • What social marketers want?
  • The top trends of 2020
  • Key social tips for 2020

To watch the webinar just use the sign-up page below which is nice and simple. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comments too, I always love your feedback.

About Chris Norton

Chris Norton is the founder of Prohibition and an award winning communications consultant with more than twenty years’ experience. He was a lecturer at Leeds Beckett University and has had a varied PR career having worked both in-house and in a number of large consultancies. He is an Integrated PR and social media blogger and writes on a wide variety of blogs across a huge amount of topics from digital marketing, social media marketing right through to technology and crisis management.