How to use data to drive business results: Learn from the experts

March 25, 2019 - 2 minute read

Digivizer is partnering with the New Zealand-based Deep Digital as part of our initiative to invest in the digital marketers of the future. Deep Digital is running a three-day workshop titled Creating Value with Analytics at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) between 26-28 June.

The workshop equips business executives and students with what they need to understand the nature of big data, and what it can do for them. Some of the best data academics in the world will run the hands-on three-day session, so it’s not to be missed.

The participants will use Digivizer to get real-time insights into their owned, earned and paid media across all the major social and search channels. That will bring to life what you need to know to grow your business and bring real-world context to your training and development.

 

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You will be able to apply what you learn about digital marketing to your own business, creating a real-time test and learn environment to help you manage and measure the performance of your digital marketing investment.

Digivizer will provide registered participants with free licences for 12 months, and deliver a workshop session on how to use real-time insights from search and social to drive business growth.

Our CEO, Emma Lo Russo: “We think it’s important to arm today’s generation of executives and students, and the next, with the insights that help them understand how to drive greater value from their digital marketing investment.”

 

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Businesses and individuals can register for the Deep Digital three-day workshop on Creating Value with Analytics here: https://www.analyticsworkshops.com/. Fees apply – and early-bird discounts close on 31 March 2019.

Anyone can choose the best plan for their needs and open a new Digivizer licence here, quickly and easily. The first 30 days are free, and new users also get the past 30 days of data to instantly track the performance.