How to Create a Powerful lead magnet for your business

10th February 2021 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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What is a lead magnet?

About this Event
Lead magnets are used by businesses every day to grow their mailing lists and find customers who want to buy their products and services.

So how do you make one that works?

In this training session, we will show you some simple ways to make lead magnets that will help you find people who need what you have to offer and have an interest in your products and services.

Topics covered:

● What is a lead magnet?

● The types of lead magnet you can use

● How to make a lead magnet

● How to distribute your lead magnet

● How to use a lead magnet to generate warm leads

This training session will enable attendees to build lead magnets for their business that help them generate leads.

 

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Date:
10th February 2021
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7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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OxLEP Business

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