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Webinar recording | Social Media Return On Investment for lawyers, arbitrators and mediators

with George Hawwa

pre-recorded | Online
‘Great detail and guidance about the formulas to consider in order to get the best from this form of marketing’

George Hawwa, discussed key concepts around return on investment in social media marketing.

George highlights key concepts around social media marketing and how to generate a return on investment from campaigns in social media. He discussed important ideas on how to create a streamlined and effective campaign for lawyers, mediators and arbitrators.

This webinar is for lawyers and dispute resolution practitioners who are looking to build their practices and databases through social media marketing or a looking for a new marketing channel in general.

The webinar will assist you to:

  • learn the fundamentals to creating a profitable social media campaign
  • amplify your marketing growth
  • build your online databases
The link to the recording of this webinar will remain active for at least 3 months from the date of purchase. We continue to consult with the given presenter as to whether extended availability is possible. We are therefore not able to guarantee access beyond 3 months.

About the speaker

Anna Quinn

George Hawwa
Growth Director
‘Attention Experts’

George, as Growth Director of leading social media agency Attention Experts, is in charge of the overall strategy for client accounts at Attention Experts and ensures that clients are obtaining a suitable return on their marketing investment.

He oversees the content, advertising, and strategy of client accounts, as well as oversees the current research division of Attention Experts, which identifies and collects data on the latest social media marketing trends and strategies.

George recently won the 'Outstanding Young Entrepreneur' award at the NSW regional business chamber awards. He is a sought-after speaker and presenter for industry groups and in-house training on the subject of social media.

George also currently lectures for the Sydney University, in the department of Centre for Continuing Education on Social Media department.