We are launching our very own series of eCommerce Master Classes to help online retailers to sell more online and to educate them in the best practices of eCommerce.
Our eCommerce Master Class series consists of 7 seminars, which includes 14 individual presentations that cover a range of essential eCommerce topics including, eCommerce Usability, Advanced Analytics, eCommerce Search, Creative, eCommerce Integration, Behavioural Merchandising, SEO/PPC for eCommerce, Email Marketing, Brand Loyalty, Social Media Marketing, User Automation and User Generated Content.
Each Master Class will consist of two 45 minute presentations with a 30-minute break in between (with free refreshments!). All our Master Classes are free to attend and take place at the O2 Workshop in Tottenham Court Road, London between April and December 2012.
The first 4 Egghead eCommerce Master Classes are as follows:
Boosting Visitor Spend & Understanding Your Shoppers
Thursday 5th April – 2pm - 4pm
Social Marketing & User Generated Content
Thursday 3rd May – 2pm - 4pm
Email Marketing & Behavioural Merchandising
Thursday 14th June – 2pm - 4pm
Creative, Brand Loyalty & Customer Lifetime Values
Thursday 5th July – 2pm - 4pm
Our eCommerce Master Classes are ideal for eCommerce Managers and Online Retailers who want an insight into eCommerce secrets in order to help their site sell more online. Each Master Class has a maximum audience number of 30 people, so register your interest now to avoid disappointment!
The O2 Workshop is in the basement of the state-of-the-art O2 Store on Tottenham Court Road, London and is easily reachable by London Underground, by bus or by car.
The Tottenham Court Road O2 Store is the perfect venue for our Ecommerce Master Classes and includes free use of their Wi-Fi, Drop-in Workstations and Customer Lounge so you can check your emails and even type up your notes from our Master Classes after each event.
How To Find It
229 Tottenham Court Road,
Telephone: 0207 580 2202
A map to the Tottenham Court Road O2 Store can be found here