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Measuring Success with Google Analytics – Kapunda

Kapunda Library SA Kapunda

Thursday August 29th
Digital skills ,  Job skills

This course offers an overview of how to effectively collect and make sense of online data about your business.

It offers advice on how to develop a framework for identifying key questions to help guide data collection and establish goals and objectives to measure success.

Participants will develop an understanding of the functions of key digital marketing channels and how data can monitor customer behaviour inside these.

Who is this for?

This course is aimed at people aged 18+ who either own or are employed by a small business or enterprise and who have a reasonable knowledge of social media platforms.

What will you learn?

  • Determine important questions to ask about the online activity of your business
  • Gain an understanding of how to analyse data from your business website, and how to monitor your customer traffic and behaviour
  • Build skills in using digital products and services to collect, analyse and interpret website data
  • Understand how data may be used to determine how engaged an online user is with business and how deep the customer relationship goes
  • Develop an understanding of how data insights can help to attract and connect with customers online
  • Develop a sense of how to make the most of key marketing channels
  • Consider some of the goals or objectives used to measure the success of a business online
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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

5:45 pm – 7:45 pm

Venue: Kapunda Library

Location: 53 Main Street K, Kapunda SA 5373

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Organiser: Light Regional Council

Phone: 08 8525 3290

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/measuring-success-with-google-analytics-kapunda-library-aug-2019-tickets-63848007108?ref=wpwidget

Email: light@light.sa.gov.au

Digital Springboard: Writing for social media

Quest Shepparton VIC Shepparton

Thursday August 29th
Digital skills

Digital Springboard is a program by Infoxchange and Google to help people learn the digital skills they need to thrive in work and life. By attending a free Digital Springboard course, community members can improve their digital skills across a range of areas.

Who is this session for?

Anyone who’s interested in writing engaging content across key social media platforms.

What it covers

This session will be delivered in a workshop style and will cover the following topics:

  • Building a brand tone of voice with effective content
  • Making your brand values clear
  • Choosing the right language
  • Different types of social media content
  • User-generated content
  • Benefits vs. features language
  • Content management

This Digital Springboard session is part of the Digital Innovation Festival, a unique initiative to develop, demonstrate and promote technology innovation across every sector of the economy and society. DIF2019 runs over two weeks from 23 August to 6 September. Join in and celebrate the ‘Victorian Difference’ that drives industry, entrepreneurs and community to not only be different but make a difference through digital technology.

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

3:00 PM – 4:30 PM

Venue: Quest Shepparton

Location: 177-183 Welsford Street, Shepparton VIC 3630

Get Directions

Organiser: Infoxchange

Phone: 3 9418 7400

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/digital-springboard-writing-for-social-media-tickets-68217758151

Email: https://www.infoxchange.org/au/contact

Getting started on Social Media – Benalla

Benalla Library VIC Benalla

Thursday August 29th
Digital skills

For Apple and Android users. Bring along your tablet or phone and learn how to open a Facebook or Instagram account, and how to stay safe online.

Max 6 people. Bookings essential. Gold coin donation.

This event is part of the Benalla Innovation Festival with support from Digital Innovation Festival.

**Remember to bring any log-in details and passwords.

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

10:00 am – 12:00 pm

Venue: Benalla Library

Location: 2 Fawckner Drive, Benalla VIC 3672

Get Directions

Organiser: Benalla Library

Phone: 03 5762 2069

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/getting-started-on-social-media-small-group-session-tickets-66079143497?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Email: library@benalla.vic.gov.au

Be Connected Group – Bourke

Bourke Public Library NSW BOURKE

Thursday August 29th
Friday September 6th
Thursday September 12th
Digital skills

Be Connected sessions are for older people, to help them improve their skills with technology.

If you would like more information, contact the library on 02 6872 2751.

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th
  • Friday September 6th
  • Thursday September 12th

Times

10 AM

Venue: Bourke Public Library

Location: 46 Mitchell St, BOURKE NSW 2840

Get Directions

Organiser: Bourke Public Library

Phone: 02 68722751

Website: https://www.bourkelibrary.com.au/about-the-library/library-news

Email: bpl@bourkelibrary.com.au

Story marketing workshop – with Business Great Southern

Albany Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc (ACCI) WA Albany

Thursday August 29th
Job skills
Story Marketing Workshop -One of the forgotten secrets to business success

About this Event

Business Great Southern and the ACCI want to support businesses during the awards application process, that’s why we have created this event.

Join us and learn how sharing your story can build your business and brand. Explore different platforms and avenues of business story telling with a focus on the 2019 ACCI Great Southern Business Awards.

*You don’t have to be applying to come along, even if you are considering it you are welcome to attend.

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

9:00 am – 11:00 am

Venue: Albany Chamber of Commerce & Industry Inc (ACCI)

Location: 76 Collie Street, Albany WA 6330

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Sustainable Farms Field Day Burrumbuttock NSW: Shelterbelts & Paddock Trees

Stony Park West NSW Burrumbuttock

Thursday August 29th
Outdoor activities

Join Sustainable Farms and our partner, West Hume Landcare Group, to learn more about shelterbelts, and see examples on a local property, and enjoy a BBQ.

We thank our generous host Rob Weidner for inviting us onto his property.

SPEAKERS:

  • Dr Mason Crane, Senior Research and Extension Officer, Sustainable Farms ANU: The design and production benefits of shelterbelts, along with the latest red-legged mite research, biodiversity and the importance of retaining paddock trees
  • Lou Bull, Project Manager, Petaurus Education: Squirrel Glider Local Area Management Plan
  • Eve Hall, District Vet, Murray Local Land Services: Health benefits of shelterbelts for livestock
  • Steve Wilson, Senior Biosecurity Officer, Murray Local Land Services: the management of foxes and other pests in shelterbelts and different control methods.

BARBECUE:

Please join us after the Field Day for a casual and friendly barbecue. (Vegetarian options will be available).

DIRECTIONS:

The farm is Stony Park West, at 491 Stony Park Rd, Burrumbuttock. The safest route if you are coming from Burrumbuttock is to head south on Urana Rd towards Jindera. After 2.4km, turn right onto Anderson Rd; keep left to stay on Anderson Rd and after about 2.6km, turn right onto Stony Park Rd. After 2.2km, turn left (still on Stony Park Rd). After 300m, turn left into Stony Park West.

WHAT TO BRING: Hat, boots and a chair (note: there will be short walks to different areas of the farm).

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

9:00 am – 12:30 pm

Venue: Stony Park West

Location: 491 Stony Park Road, Burrumbuttock NSW 2642

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Organiser: Sustainable Farms

Phone: 02 61251494

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/sustainable-farms-field-day-burrumbuttock-nsw-shelterbelts-paddock-trees-tickets-66438442169

Email: sustainablefarms@anu.edu.au

Grant ideas and partnership development

Sunshine Meeting Place VIC Sunshine

Thursday August 29th
Community and food ,  General education

Great for community groups and local not for profit organisations looking to improve their chances of receiving a grant.

This workshop will address:

  • Formulating your project idea and determining its viability
  • Defining the benefit of the idea to the community
  • Identifying different types of partnerships that will add value to your idea
  • Understanding barriers to effective partnerships
  • Knowing what and how you can contribute to developing a great partnership
  • Formulating steps for creating partnerships

Cost = free

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

5.30 pm – 8.30 pm

Venue: Sunshine Meeting Place

Location: Corner of Wilkinson Rd and Islington St, Sunshine VIC 3020

Get Directions

Organiser: Brimbank City Council

Phone: (03) 9249 4000

Website: https://www.brimbank.vic.gov.au/community/community-training-and-resources/community-governance-program

Email: CGPrograms@brimbank.vic.gov.au

Australian Native Plants that will Grow Well in Your Garden

Eureka Hall VIC Ballarat East

Thursday August 29th
General education

Interested in growing native Australian plants in your garden? Not sure where to start?

Come along to this informative presentation by John and Gladys from the Australian Plant Society. Everyone is welcome to attend and also share ideas for the new Ballarat East Neighbourhood House.

Afternoon tea is provided

Eureka Hall, corner of Stawell & Eureka Streets (next to the Eureka swimming pool)

Please register by emailing reception@ballarateastnh.org.au
or phone 5329 3273

 

Cost = free

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Dates

  • Thursday August 29th

Times

1:30 pm - 3 pm

Venue: Eureka Hall

Location: corner of Stawell & Eureka Streets, Ballarat East VIC 3350

Get Directions

Organiser: Ballarat East Neighbourhood House

Phone: 5329 3273

Email: reception@ballarateastnh.org.au