Welcome to the Digital Download social media and digital communications training site. Here you’ll find everything you need to guide you through the world of digital communications.

Workshops

Digital Download Workshops are full day training sessions that are focused on giving you a broad strategic understanding across a variety of social & digital media topics.

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Masterclasses

Digital Download Masterclasses are three hour deep dives into a specific topic area. You are guided in detail through a topic such as Facebook marketing, SEO, influencer marketing or evaluation.

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Download Live

Digital Download Live is a conference that pulls together the very latest thought in all areas of digital communications. Held annually, Download Live is the place to be for forward-looking professionals.

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Membership

A Digital Download Membership gives you 1-2-1 coaching, free access to specialist training resources, expert advice when you need it & a supportive network of like-minded peers.

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In-House Training

Need something a bit more personal? No problem. I carry out bespoke training sessions for communications teams, agencies or individuals in your office on the topics that matter to you.

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On Demand Video Training

If you need the answer to a specific question,these video training sessions on a wide variety of digital communications topics are available on an on-demand basis.

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About Me

I’m Paul Sutton, a digital communications consultant with twenty years experience in PR & marketing communications. Prior to setting up independently in 2014 I spent the bulk of my career working in senior digital & social media roles within public relations agencies. So I understand the pressures of PR & I understand what’s important in digital media from a communications perspective.

 

My work has won 17 social media marketing awards & I’ve worked with big brands like AXA, Goodyear, Honda & BSkyB through to SMEs & start ups. I’ve worked at the coalface & everything I recommend is based on the practical realities of life in communications, not theoretical idealism.