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Let's Learn Website Design

Riz provided this description of his presentation:

"During this session Rizwan Moton will be presenting over web design.  He will be providing us his expertise in the changing world of web design and the future to come.   This session will mainly be over how to professionally represent your business online.  It will be a very inclusive presentation on how to convert a soft lead internet viewer to a warm lead sales call.  This session is a great opportunity for those who are thinking about construction a new site for their business.  It will definitely provide those individuals the right tools and information on how to start on their website on the right foot and how communicate properly with their web designers.  This session will also be very beneficial for those who already have a web site that may need to reevaluate its layout for lead generation, aesthetics, and site flow.   

This subject is defiantly much needed and long overdue.  I do believe many individuals and small business owners can take and learn a lot from this session. 

The following subjects will be discussed  

• Site design

• Page layout

• Conversion factors

• Site flow

• Engagement loop

• What customers look for on a website

• Some aspects of SEO

and

• some aspects of social media.   

I would like to inform everyone that there are many courses online and in person that one can take but the information that Rizwan Moton will be presenting cannot be found in any of those courses. This will be rare opportunity to get some insider secrets as to what a good web designer should accomplish for their clients.  Many of you might be thinking why would Rizwan Moton release his secrets and his carved niche to the world.  His response: “Honestly, I am quit tired of having to redesign poorly designed websites and I believe there is enough work out there for everyone to take on.  I strongly believe there is no one company that can take on all the demand.”

Most individuals that present this same information charge anywhere from $100 to $1000 an hour.  The great news is that this session will be absolutely FREE.  I do encourage the internet viewers of the world to definitely take advantage of this rare opportunity.

Disclaimer:  This session is not about colors, design patters, or graphic design.  This session is mainly be how to artfully present your information online to increase the chance of your information being read by users. 

Looking forward to seeing all of you soon. Seats are filling up fast so please ensure your status is current.  If you are not attending please change your status so that we can accommodate others who can attend. 

Thank you."

Thanks very much to Riz for volunteering to provide this information at our next meeting.


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  • Neil S.

    Great Meetup this week, Riz excellent job--great way to understand the techniques and tactics for future client services. Enjoyed the examples you mentioned in the lecture it is a great depiction of the real world and the mentality of clients in what really happens when we are certain situations.

    Look forward to doing to the presentation on videos for website, where there will be an understanding of filming, editing and uploading videos. Will see everyone at the next meeting.

    Neil
    Neil Productions
    www.neilproductions.com

    November 21, 2013

  • Paul S.

    There is an interesting article in Marketing Land this morning that takes a different stance on responsive design. http://marketingland.com/why-matt-cutts-is-wrong-about-responsive-web-design-64715

    1 · November 21, 2013

  • Paul L.

    A thorough overview of the latest developments in this fast-moving world from Riz, thank you! Apologies that I had to cut out and get to a meeting - I'd love a summary of some of the Q&A, as it sounded like the first question was about responsive or adaptive web design. Is one of these paths beginning to gain more favor that the other?

    1 · November 19, 2013

    • Rizwan M.

      Thank you Paul for the nice words. Its much appreciated that people like yourself enjoyed and gained a lot from this session.

      Regarding the Q & A question you briefly heard before leaving.

      I would have to say responsive web design is no longer a trend it is now becoming industry standard. I encourage everyone, if possible, to move their sites to a responsive layout as soon as possible. Google has already announced, I think 5 months back, that they will actually be providing higher rankings to those sites that have responsive coding.

      The other questions discussed, were simple questions about Facebook and social media strategies (which have been discussed in previous Fort Bend Marketing meetups). I also believe a person like your self would already be familiar with the advice that was provided.

      Cheers

      1 · November 21, 2013

    • Paul L.

      Thanks Riz - your follow-up on here is very thorough, too. The content keeps on coming like a good "old fashioned" blog post with all the comments & replies!!

      November 21, 2013

  • John P A.

    Great presentation. It highlighted the importance and nuances of successful web design. Great participation too, with the right balance of technical and business experience.

    November 21, 2013

  • Rizwan M.

    Its unfortunate that some people were not able to attend. I know I created a very comprehensive session that people of all types would be able benefit from. This session definitely had to be one of my most well put together presentations. I spent a lot of time carefully planing and artfully creating concrete examples to follow each point discussed. The information I went over was designed to be so well rounded and divers that no matter what type of business anyone would be in; they would be able to channel that same information and into whatever and any type of medium they use to engage and interact with people/clients. As everyone noticed, I did put a lot of time and hard work behind this presentation. I am so glad to hear that everyone really enjoyed it. I appreciate all the responses and all the thank you e-mails. Everyone has been very generous with their feedback. - Thank you

    November 21, 2013

  • Jeanne Byrnes F.

    Riz's presentation was full of very useful info, even for a "low tech" sort like myself. He included some cutting edge considerations for website layouts and content; he was very generous with his expertise.

    November 19, 2013

    • Rizwan M.

      Thank you Jeanne. I put some of my best "tricks of the trade" in this presentation. Im really glad to hear you enjoyed it. It ensures me that the amount of effort I put in to create such a presentation, people like yourself were really able to get a lot out of it.

      November 21, 2013

  • Paul S.

    Superb presentation by Riz on website design!! Thanks for all of the great questions expanding on his presentation.

    November 19, 2013

    • Rizwan M.

      Thank you Paul for the compliment. A person as knowledgable as you are to enjoy the presentation really means a lot. Im glad that I was able to present. It was a very rewarding an enjoyable experience.

      November 21, 2013

  • Louis S.

    Very informative. Riz really knows web design and explained very technical ideas so that we could understand how they work and why we should use them. Great meeting as usual!

    1 · November 19, 2013

    • Rizwan M.

      Thank you Louis for the kind words. Im really glad to hear you took a lot from this session. I always ensure that whenever I speak, to give not only give the best possible advice but to also provide advice that is practical and that can be used cross all mediums/forms of marketing.

      November 21, 2013

  • Paul S.

    After the Meetup, Louis, Erik and I talked about the possibility of a a Skype or Hangout feed for the next presentation. We'll discuss how that might work. My concern is that the effort to share the presentation not detract from the presentation for those who attend. I've attended several webinars lately that started very late because of technical issues.

    Your feedback is always welcome!

    November 19, 2013

  • Cathy S.

    So sorry, but I am going to have to miss today's meetup. I got hit with a sudden "bug" or something and leaving the house doesn't seem like a good idea. ;o)

    I'm sure the meetup will be great, and I hate to miss what Riz has to say--he really knows this subject.

    Have a great meetup, and I will see everyone next time.

    November 19, 2013

    • Louis S.

      Maybe we could set up a Skype session or Hangout for you to watch and listen?

      November 19, 2013

    • Paul S.

      Sorry you missed the presentation Cathy. Hope you feel better soon!

      November 19, 2013

  • Laura G.

    Sorry I will miss as well. A skype session is a great idea!

    November 19, 2013

    • James

      I will have to miss as well....(agree on the skype session)

      November 19, 2013

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