Imagine this, you just built a new website for your company and everyone thinks it looks great, but if it doesn't produce leads, then it's just another expense on the company and not a revenue source. Thus it lowers your value to the company.
Join Triangle Marketing Club (http://trianglemarketingclub.com) in November on the Tuesday after Cyber Monday as Drew Robison (https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewrobison)and Ashley Poag (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleypoag) of BP Studios (http://BPstudios.com) cover how to design & develop better lead generation through your website.
This is something we all need to master as your website is the front door for your company (Agencies and Client side alike).
Drew Robison (https://www.linkedin.com/in/drewrobison) is a software architect with over twenty five years’ experience in leading and managing the integration of web-based technologies into complex systems and marketing solutions.
Prior to founding BP Studios in 1994, he served as Multimedia Support and Technologies Manager for UNC Chapel Hill’s Institute of Academic Technology, where he supervised the development and production of multimedia titles. There he also led in the process for taking a suite of tools to market enabling academicians to easily create modules for computer-based training.
Before joining the IAT, he served as a research and development engineer at the Research Triangle Institute working on the application of advanced technologies in engineering and science projects for NASA, the Department of Defense, State Bureau of Investigation, and other agencies.
He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science from Slippery Rock University, Slippery Rock, PA, and an Associate’s Degree in Computer Science Technology/Business from Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, PA.
Ashley Joined BP Studios in 2016. As an Appalachian State Alum, she has a background in broadcast journalism. After graduating, she developed a passion for digital marketing.
She has spent the last five years honing her digital marketing skills. This includes content creation, blogging, and video production. By working with organizations ranging from non-profits to corporations and tech start-ups. she's developed an in-depth knowledge of using the digital space to positively impacting a business' bottom line.
Note: we are planning around Internet Summit and Thanksgiving.
Please note: we are asking for your first and last name to make name badges. Many people are just using their first name and last initial. To provide better networking and keep the amount of prep time to a minimum, we are asking that people provide their first and full last name.
How to reach KnowledgeTree's Office (https://www.google.com/maps/place/KnowledgeTree+Incfirstname.lastname@example.org,-78.679802,15z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0xa18cfc413d1fa02!8m2!3d35.791277!4d-78.679802) and find a parking spot:
The Knowledge Tree is located on the corner of Hillsborough and Henderson St. The entrance is in the back of the building (Nehi Bottling Company). There is a restaurant right beside the Nehi Bottling Company to the left, The Wild Cooks Indian Grill.
There will not be a sign for The Knowledge Tree from the front. Just know it is behind the Nehi Bottling Company, and the Indian Restaurant.
For parking: You can either park in the lot that is pictured right behind The Knowledge Tree, on the side streets of the neighborhood surrounding it, (such as Henderson St.), or at the Dan Allen Deck a few minutes down Hillsborough St. off of Dan Allen Dr.
Traffic - Hillsborough Street is currently adding round abouts - which means they have removed the right travel lane. You will want to leave early. Google Maps has a feature that allows you to judge time to leave.
Hope this helps! We look forward to seeing you there!