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Digital Vidya to hold Social Media Marketing Bootcamps on July 16, 17 in Delhi and August 20, 21 in Mumbai

08-July-2010
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Digital Vidya to hold Social Media Marketing Bootcamps on July 16, 17 in Delhi and August 20, 21 in Mumbai

Digital Vidya, a company specialising in digital marketing learning, is organising Social Media Marketing Bootcamps in Delhi and Mumbai. To be held in Delhi on July16 and 17 and in Mumbai on August 20 and 21, these bootcamps will primarily focus on how to leverage social sites like Facebook and Linkedin as powerful marketing tools for brand promotion, lead generation and sales or community building.

Digital Vidya has been organising and conducting such Bootcamps since 2009. Its forte is Social Media Marketing and the company has trained over 500 trainees from diverse fields and companies such as Naukri.Com, Mahindra, Sify.Com, and HCL, among others.

The key areas that these Bootcamps address include the importance of social media in today’s world, why some businesses are succeeding using social media while some are failing, besides why, what and how of leveraging various social media marketing channels like Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter, etc. The salient feature of the Bootcamps is live community building competition. The two-day workshop is followed by a Webinar conducted after a week.

The Bootcamps for Delhi and Mumbai are designed for CXOs, sales and business development professionals, advertising and marketing experts, web strategists and entrepreneurs. The guest speaker for the Delhi Bootcamp is Palash Jain, Former Head of Operations for Google India.

Pradeep Chopra, Co-Founder and CEO of Digital Vidya, is one of the trainers who conduct these workshops. He has been a part of the Internet industry since 1999 and has earlier spoken at Search Engine Strategies (USA), Global Entrepolis (Singapore), and NASSCOM India Leadership Forum, among many others.

Registration for the bootcamp can be done on Digital Vidya’s website.

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