Ottawa Website Content Seminar LOVE your WEBSITE – Improve Content
How can you better manage your website information to keep clients engaged and to reassure prospects?
This Ottawa website content seminar will help you transform your website into a powerful sales tool. Learn and apply 5 strategies to make your website content compelling to prospects. Understand how people read online, and discover how to share your expertise all under the guidance of an e-literacy expert, website copywriter and trained facilitator.
You will leave the Ottawa website content seminar with:
☐ An Understanding of your target market.
☐ Headings and subheadings that work more effectively.
☐ Content focused on your customer (WII.FM?)
☐ Guidance on language and online writing styles.
BONUS inclusions for this seminar:
– Free E-book: 21 Articles To Help You Improve Your Website Content
– Free E-course: The 7 Steps to Improving Customer Engagement
When: Wednesday, February 12th, 2014
Time: 7:30am – 9am
Where: Mambo Restaurante Nuevo Latino, 77 Clarence Street, Byward Market, Ottawa, ON
Join us for breakfast at Mambo Restaurant, mingle with fellow Ottawa businesswomen over breakfast and learn valuable information to improve your business and your life!
Register today! You can cancel your registration with a full refund up to 4 days prior to the event. Also, the price goes up to $25 on February 8th!
Parking is only $2.00 until 11 am at the City of Ottawa parking garage (across from Heart & Crown on Clarence). Mambo is very close to Heart and Crown (less than a block away on the same side of the street).
You can write this off as a business expense. Convenient, central location in Ottawa with inexpensive parking!
If you would like to get more involved, have an idea for an event, or just want to find out more, please contact Ann Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org or 613-594-8700 x103.
Facilitator: Alysha Dominico – Operations Manager, Tangible Words Ltd.
A Content Strategist and expert in e-literacy, Alysha helps small and mid-sized companies in Australia and Canada communicate with customers in more [Tangible] words.