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Natalie Lewendon How to use marvellous marketing metrics for L&D

We've talked on the Bray Leino Learning blog about how adopting marketing skills can engage learners and help make a huge improvement to results - and if you read these and you're wondering how to get started, you might be finding it a bit of a minefield.
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However, don't worry - it's easier than it seems.

Key to revamping your strategy and adopting a marketer's mindset is using the metrics marketers swear by for measurement.

Marketers compete every day with all the noise and clutter online to get our attention and engagement - and using marketing metrics for your L&D is a fantastic way to understand learners and discover new ways of communicating with them, to improve the results you see from your learning solutions.

Download our free handy reference guide to marketing metrics for L&D, and you can start introducing a new marketing mindset into your learning strategy and improving results today.

 

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Natalie Lewendon, Content and Marketing Executive

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