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Developing An Effective Web Presence

Developing An Effective Web Presence

Developing An Effective Web Presence

Business and Intellectual Property Centre (BIPC)

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Free
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Dates and times

Thursday 21 January 2021
10:00AM - 12:00PM

In this lesson we’ll explore just how important being online is these days, as well as some common ways to do it.

About this Event

From websites to local listings, mobile apps to social media, there are lots of ways to be found online. If a website is the best fit for your goals, you'll need to have a basic grasp of how they work. Even more importantly, having design and usability best practices under your belt will help you build a website that tells your story well, and allow your customers to find what they need.

In this session we will be covering:

• Choosing your online presence
• How websites work
• Key website ingredients
• Websites and your business goals
• Make your website easy to use
• Website design do’s and don’ts

How long is it?

2 hours

Who is it for?

Small business owners, networkers, solo and entrepreneurs, business owners, social media marketers.

Where is the workshop held?

It is an online session held on Zoom. It's best to download the Zoom app on your phone or computer for the session. However, you can access from a link in your browser that will be sent after registering. The password to join the session will be sent 15 mins before the session start time (please check your email for this).

What do you need to bring along?

A notepad and pen is an essential. Having your phone handy helps too! An open mind to learn, communicate and grow is a must!

This session delivered as part of BIPC Glasgow’s Power Up project “Making digital work for microbusiness”. Power Up is an initiative by Good Things Foundation with the financial support of J.P.Morgan

Venue Map

Venue

Online

G1 1LH