If you’re like most people with responsibilities for a Web presence, you have a love/hate relationship with your organization’s web site. Is it fresh enough? Does it tell enough about us? Does it tell too much about us? Should we do this or that? These are a few of the 30+ considerations you must deal with when designing and using your web site. It’s important to know what makes a good web site. Afterall, it’s your front window to the world. How good is your web site? That’s what we are going to explore during our February 2016 meeting.
All it takes is one little thing that can make the difference between gaining or losing customers. Web designer and developer Brian Zajac will help us evaluate what is working with your web site and what is missing - first come, first served. If you have a WordPress site and/or Google Analytics account, make sure to write it down in the classroom and give it Brian access prior to the presentation. As time allows, he will cover website performance, analytics, marketing, and credibility.
About Brian Zajac: Since 2001, Brian runs one of the oldest web companies in Naples, Florida: EyeMagination (http://eyemagination.us/). His goal is to build the best possible web-based solutions and internet marketing for small businesses and has worked with several high-profile organizations such as the PGA, American Golf, and the New York Yacht Club. Besides web development, Brian develops UI / UX standards for an established identity management company in Naples.
6:00pm Dinner & Networking (Caterer: Nico's Kitchen, sponsored by NTEN)
6:30pm Introductions & NPTech News
6:45pm Featured Presentation
7:45pm Q & A
Hosted by James McDonald, Donna Johnston, Birgit Pauli-Haack
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