Does your business know where you are getting your leads from?

Do you have a marketing plan in place?

Do you know what medium is delivering you more leads than other?

Want to know more?

Newsquest Wales is hosting a number of digital marketing seminars in the next couple of weeks to help businesses get the most out of their digital marketing and answers to these key questions.

The seminars will be hosted by Prab Chadha and Iestyn Page, and will guide businesses to generate more leads and understand where they are coming from.

Prab Chadha is the managing director of Digital Maverick Ltd. He specialises in social / digital / content marketing. He focuses on consulting, training, mentoring and coaching individuals and businesses to use digital marketing more effectively.

Prab is a business mentor with the Prince’s Trust and Welsh Assembly Government. He is also an associate lecturer in digital marketing at Bristol Business School.

Iestyn Page is the head of digital advertising for Newsquest Wales and has dealt with businesses for more than eight years, helping them with their digital marketing, ranging from websites, SEO, PPC, social media, online advertising and video.

Most businesses now have a web presence, but with so many companies competing for the same customers you really need to have a digital strategy. To succeed online you will need an understanding of how digital marketing works and your marketing will need to be focused, unique, and compelling. It’s a confusing market place for businesses, with so many opinions and recommendations it is very difficult to know what is the best option for your business.

These seminars are designed to help you understand which mediums will deliver your business the best results helping you create a marketing plan along with a fantastic marketing solution.

The seminars will be held at the Coldra Court Hotel in Langstone, and will last approximately one hour.

The first two seminars are on August 31 at 1pm and 5pm. If you are interested, feel free to contact us to register your interest at or call the team on 01633 810000.

Other seminars will be held on September 5, 6 and 7.