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Social Media Bootcamp in Cape Town – March 2012

We are launching DigitLab in Cape Town by running our famous Social Media Bootcamp in conjunction with TomorrowToday. According to a study by TNS Surveys, Social Media has become the main reason that people access the internet. 80% of South Africans online have a Facebook account and on average they visit it twice a day. [...]

Social Media Bootcamp in Durban – 20th September 2011

” If you’re amongst the many people that are totally overwhelmed by Social Media, who may love and use Facebook for your personal networking or connecting with school friends but haven’t seen or understood the value of using this tool for business; if you think Twitter is for people who have too much time on their hands [...]

Social Media Workshops for CEO’s and Directors

TomorrowToday and the IoDSA are proud to present a series of Social Media Workshops for Directors. These courses are specially designed to teach CEO’s and Directors the value of social media in business management and marketing. The courses are very practical and you will need to bring your laptop on the day. Please find all [...]

Social Media Bootcamp with AxizWorkgroup

AxizWorkgroup presents the Social Media Bootcamp aimed specifically at providing the information on how to get customers actively engaged online, through these new communication channels. Social media opens a door to a vibrant community of opinion shapers and a new forum for you team to interact with customers and each other. Download the booking details [...]

Social Media Bootcamp in JHB (FEB 2011)

The Social Media Boot Camp is a crash course in Social Media and Web 2.0 with a specific focus on using it strategically for business. According to the Friendship 2.0 report published by MWEB, Social Media has become the main reason that South Africans access the internet. These people have already embraced the use of [...]

Social Media Boot Camp in Durban (Feb 2011)

The Social Media Boot Camp is a crash course in Social Media and Web 2.0 with a specific focus on using it strategically for business. According to the Friendship 2.0 report published by MWEB, Social Media has become the main reason that South Africans access the internet. These people have already embraced the use of [...]