Making a mark

We recently co-hosted a ‘Web 2.0 for small business’ discussion in partnership with Jon Beattie from interactive agency Marker.

There was a great turn-out, with about 25 people making it along for an early morning start.

Interest surrounding the event wasn’t limited to people who reside in the capital though, so Jon has put together a slideshow of his presentation for those of you in other parts of the country.

Jon’s insight into blogs, RSS, social networks and search optimisation was complemented by our own CEO Rod Drury’s experiences using these tools – and made it a very informative breakfast

Thanks to Jon for presenting and to everyone for turning up.

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