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Nóvalo attends the 2016 Digital Marketing Day in Malaga

Last Thursday 2nd June, some of our fellow colleagues from Nóvalo were excited to attend the Digital Marketing Day 2016 (#DMD16), an important training event that was held in the Hotel Barceló for the first time in Malaga.

The conference featured renowned speakers and contributors and made a big impact in social media all day long, with #DMD16 becoming national trending topic in Twitter during the duration of the event. Apart from being a total success of participation with more than 270 attendants.

Among the line-up of speakers were Juan Carlos Mejía, José Facchin, Alex López, Víctor Martín and Luis M. Villanueva —and many others—, who are undoubtedly some of the best bloggers and influencers at the national and international level, as well as experts in Digital Marketing and Social Media. In their presentations, they covered the various techniques in digital marketing from several approaches and points of view, bringing some useful and effective insights as well as tools to work in the digital environment.

As a translation agency specialized in multilingual SEO, internationalization and copywriting, we found this was a great opportunity to keep up to date with the most innovative trends in marketing and enhance our solutions portfolio with the latest knowledge in digital marketing.

It was an intense day with a lot of information to be digested, but the 9 hours that the conference lasted were very enriching, with many different areas being covered, such as SEO analytics, advanced blogging techniques, SocialSelling, establishing a balanced digital strategy, optimizing WordPress, improving content with SEO On Page, the keys for personal marketing… all sorts of capabilities that are incredibly useful and essential for digital marketing to success.

Finally, we would like to express our appreciation to the organisers of the event and wish them the best of luck for future editions.

See you soon in the next Digital Marketing Day!

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