Designing a Website to Grow Your Market Share 10/05/22

Over 60% of businesses have websites, but are they effective, and do they reach the right people who can grow your market share?

Checking a box and having a site with general information and images is one thing, but having a high performance site that generates consistent viewership and engagement can help you beat your competition.

Content is king and more so is the tailored selection and quality of your content for your website’s effectiveness. Learn the 5 steps you need to consider when developing a high performing website. Moreover, this session will help you:

Key Learning Points:
(1) Create your list of services and a description paragraph to define each service using keyword research.
(2) Conduct image research or photograph pictures that most closely convey the brand for your business.
(3) Choose a hosting provider, WordPress template and a design agency to create your website.

Please Note:

Join us virtually for this informative session! A webinar link will be sent upon registration.

IMPORTANT: It is best viewed on a desktop or screen larger than a smartphone (i.e., iPad, etc.).

 


The Small Business Development Center is funded at the Community Business Partnership through a cooperative agreement between George Mason University and the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Wednesday, October 5, 2022
1:00 pm-2:00 pm

COST: $0

Location:

Zoom

 


REGISTER

Please Note

Please log onto the webinar timely.

Questions? 

See our FAQs page or contact Mindi Schools, Training & Outreach Coordinator at (703) 459-9890 or email at mindi@cbponline.org

         


The Community Business Partnership is an equal opportunity service provider, lender, and employer.

Speaker: Robert P. “Bob” Rogers

Meet Robert P. “Bob” Rogers

“I started Becky’s Pet Care in 1998 and, thanks to CBP’s expert and caring staff, now have a strong business with over 160 employees.


Becky O’Neil, President, Becky’s Pet Care, Springfield, VA
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