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Small Business Marketing Workshop

Please join us on September 18th for the Go Fetch Marketing Workshop You will learn the answers to these ten marketing  questions and lots more. How do I incorporate social media (Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, and Pinterest) into my business and how important is it? Should I revamp my current website or build a new one? What is the difference between domain and hosting and which vendors should I use for these services? What marketing items can I handle myself? What marketing items do I need to outsource? What are some successful and inexpensive marketing campaigns, tricks, and tips? How do I handle advertising sales people and what should I ask EVER advertising sales person? What are QR Codes and are they right for my business? What is search engine optimization (SEO) and how do I manage it? How do I get the best return on my investment (ROI) when my marketing budget is small? The first two hours of the workshop will be classroom style discussion and then we will have a complete hour for Q&A. No question will go unanswered. Space is limited to 30 participants so grab your seat fast. Tickets to the workshop are $35 and cover

Why Use WordPress

We now build the majority of websites for our clients using WordPress.  Unless we have a client that has a very specific need that requires a lot of customization and custom features we always do the build using the WordPress platform.  Here are just some of the reasons we like it particularly for the small business client: It is an Open Source software which means it is free! It maybe used on any personal, and/or commercial projects without costing you a single penny. Clients do not pay a yearly license fee.  Many high-end CMS requires “Seat Licenses” which means that you have to pay them per user who will be using it. On the other hand WordPress is free. It is user friendly.  You do not need to be an expert with a ton of computer knowledge.  Once the initial build is done we can turn over the keys and clients can make their own updates with ease. WordPress has many open-source plugins that we can add to website for additional features and designs. WordPress has gone to great lengths to make sure every bit of the generated code is in full compliance with the standards of the W3C. This