<p>Econsultancy has launched its programme of online marketing and ecommerce training courses and qualifications for 2009.</p>

<p>Popular training workshops such as Online PR and Social Media, Email Marketing and Web Project Management have been joined by brand new courses for 2009, including International/Multilingual Search Marketing and Effective Multichannel Marketing.</p>

<p>Econsultancy is the UK’s leading source of independent advice and insight on digital marketing and ecommerce. Last year over 2,500 people attended Econsultancy internet marketing training courses ranging from introductory workshop sessions, bespoke learning and development through to academic and professional digital marketing quailifications, including MSc Digital Communications and Post Graduate courses. </p>

<p>“We’ve responded to feedback from our members and people who have taken part in our training courses and events in 2008. We understand the challenges that marketers and business owners are facing in the current economic climate, have improved existing courses and added new ones to ensure best practice digital marketing skills are developed at all levels” says Econsultancy Training Director Craig Hanna. </p>

<p>“Effectiveness rather than volume will be the buzzword of 2009. Our courses will focus on creating competitive advantage and understanding surrounding innovation and the accountability of the web as a part of a multichannel business strategy.”
<br />“We’re committed to developing standards of best practice in the digital industry. All of our courses are accredited and we offer recognised qualifications. We are also developing new methods of delivering learning to suit specific training needs.”</p>

<p>A PDF of the new 2009 internet marketing and ecommerce training schedule is now available to download at <a href="http://econsultancy.com/files/econsultancy-training-programme-2009.pdf">http://econsultancy.com/files/econsultancy-training-programme-2009.pdf</a></p&gt;

<p>Scheduled courses, details about University accredited Masters, Diplomas and Certificates and bespoke learning and development information can all be viewed here: <a href="http://econsultancy.com/training/courses">http://econsultancy.com/training/courses</a></p&gt;

<p>Media Enquiries
<br />Viv Underwood, Training and Operations Manager, Econsultancy
<br />(e: <a href="mailto:vivien.underwood@econsultancy.com">vivien.underwood@econsultancy.com</a> t: + 44 (0) 207 681 4099
<br />Michelle Goodall, Online PR and Social Media Consultant, Econsultancy.com
<br />(e: <a href="mailto:michelle.goodall@econsultancy.com">michelle.goodall@econsultancy.com</a>, t: +44 (0) 207 681 4092</p>

<p>About E-consultancy </p>

<p>Econsultancy is a respected source of independent advice and insight on all aspects of digital marketing and e-commerce.
<br />Econsultancy’s reports, events, online resources and training programmes help a community of over 75,000 registered marketers make better decisions, build business cases, find the best suppliers, look smart in meetings and accelerate their careers. The Econsultancy site attracts 175,000 unique users per month.</p>

<p>The award-winning publisher operates a paid-subscription model used by many of the world’s most recognised brands. Econsultancy also operates a highly popular training division, used by some of the world’s most prominent brands for staff education, both in-house and via public courses. </p>

<p>In-house and public training is provided across all areas of digital marketing, including SEO, online PR and social media, mobile marketing, affiliate marketing, online copywriting, managing e-commerce teams, and at all levels from one day courses to a Masters in Digital Marketing.</p>

<p>E-consultancy members can also link up with other members and digital suppliers through our directories, as well as find a new job or new digital talent using the job listings.
<br />Econsultancy is headquartered in London, UK, and also has a new office in New York.</p>

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Published on: 3:00AM on 16th January 2009