Digital Marketing courses, available from the UK or globally
Jellyfish is one of the world’s leading independent Digital Marketing partners. Our training courses are designed and led by industry experts and will help you to develop a digital-first marketing strategy.
We offer a range of courses to suit everyone from novices to digital marketing professionals looking to fine-tune their expertise. From broad digital marketing strategy to more niche topics, we’ll give you the business-critical skills you need.
Our scheduled UK courses are currently only available online via virtual classroom. We hope to be able to return to delivering courses at our London training centre soon.
Looking to take your digital marketing knowledge to the next level? Our wide range of skills-focussed training options has something for every aspiring digital marketing professional.
Ideal for individuals who want an all-encompassing view of the digital landscape, this course will support you in solidifying and building on existing knowledge. You'll also create your own digital marketing strategy over six weeks.
Delivered by our partners Red & Yellow, this 12-week online training course covers the essential components of an effective digital marketing strategy. You’ll learn how to create compelling content that will help solidify brand-consumer relationships.
Want to create a holistic marketing strategy but don’t know where to start? This six-week course delivered by our partners Red & Yellow will teach you the skills you need to build a strategy that will boost your brand.
Want to learn how to advertise on Amazon, the world’s largest retailer? This course will show you how to navigate the platform and best practices that will help you amplify your products through advertising.
Very informative and engaging sessions with the Jellyfish Team. Looking forward to our additional sessions.
Digital Marketing Strategy & Planning
Vicky Marsh19 July, 2021
A great overview of the digital marketing landscape and how to ensure you approach the strategy and planning of marketing activities correctly.
Good insight into the landscape and how it has developed over the years.
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