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NetSquared DC Message Board › Net2DC presents - How to Build Your Own Website for Free!

Net2DC presents - How to Build Your Own Website for Free!

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When: Tuesday, May 18, 2010 7:00 PM

Affinity Lab
920 U St. NW
Washington, DC 20001

How to Build a Beautiful Website from Scratch - for Free

Need a decent website but can't afford a smarty-pants web design firm?

Our own Hatef Yamini is going to compile all of his notes from over three years of hosting NetSquared events to give you a condensed Websites 101 class. He'll combine insights from previous NetSquared presentations, his own experience as an online marketer of social causes, and case studies of the best sites made with the fewest resources.

He'll show you everything you need to know to go from nothing to a full-blown, beautiful website in under an hour! And this isn't just theory, he'll actually build an entire site right before your eyes!

* Please note: this even is targeted at beginners. We do welcome advanced attendees to join us to pipe in with their own tips, tricks and advice.

You won't need anything:

-- No technical skill required
-- No coding required
-- No checkbook

Join us to learn:

- The top 25 Do's and Don't's for website design
- How to get found on Google searches, without hiring an SEO consultant
- The top 10 elements of online marketing
- The top 10 elements of email marketing

Perfect for:

- Start-up nonprofits where everything is managed by one or two people
- Small business on a tight budget
- People new to the web who want to build their first blog

…there's more, but hopefully we've already got your attention.

RSVP limit: 55 "Yes" RSVPs
If the changes affect your plans to attend, please take a moment to update your RSVP. (You can RSVP "No" or "Yes".)

You can always get in touch with me through the "Contact Organizer" link on Meetup:­
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