“Goodbye Old School, Hello Digital”
Hard work is like every effort made to finish a race in first place.
Small Business Owners, Start-ups and Self-Employed
2nd Annual Online Summer Boot Camp
Goodbye "Old School" Hello Digital
Open enrollment. You may start with any class date You will be enrolled for 4 weeks. Each class lasts for two hours.
Time: 12:00 Noon EST (9:00 am PST/10:00am MT/11:00am CST)
• June 24
• July 1
• July 8
• July 15
• July 22
• July 29
Time: 9:00 pm EST (6:00 pm PST/7:00pm MT/8:00pmCST)
• June 28
• July 5
• July 12
• July 19
• July 26
• August 2
Learn with a LIVE DEMO how to develop a simple, but effective website in a short period of time.
Learn hands-on and create your website from scratch with opportunity to purchase domain names.
Designing your site, utilizing formatting elements including color, building, drag and drop features, and selecting backgrounds.
Adding pages and layouts, text, content, images, headliners, subtitles, headers and footers.
Connecting a domain name to your website and; publishing your website in a short period of time.
Also you will learn how to use advanced elements to enhance and more define your website; for example, learn how to create Call-to-Action forms and General Purpose forms.
Maintain control over the optimization techniques used to help your website rank.
Drive traffic to your website, organically.
Learn strategies to help your website contribute to your growth and increased income.
How to effective add a Title Page (Title Tags), Page Description, and Meta Tags (Meta Keywords) that will help you avoid a search engine violation.
Use of various codes and layout coding.
Hiding from the search engines.
Keeping some of your details a secret in general.Optimizing individual web pages.
Avoiding getting your company black-listed.
Publishing optimized changes to your website.
Which details are important to ranking as a top site.
Learn how to implement search engine optimization techniques to your website.
Learn techniques that help your website to rank in search results.
Utilize hands-on learning while watching a live demonstration.
Implement the use of branding identifiers including: target markets; product/service descriptions; and competitive differentiators.
Identify your business' strengths and weaknesses. Implement and utilize a SWOT analysis in your online marketing strategy.
Learn which sources to use to for constructive brand feedback.
Selecting the essentials for your company and online marketing: company name, domain name and professional use of email address and phone number.
Build a brand for your business online.
Social media marketing. Incorporate social media and use strategies to minimize conflicting employee's social media.
Connecting, and enhancing your online sites to maximize your digital exposure.
As a bonus, learn all additional elements available on hosting website, including: HTML Code Elements; Discussion Forums; Feed Reader; Online Appointment Scheduler; Social Media Buttons; Outbound Links; Survey and Polls; Event Options; Flash; Image Gallery; Slideshow; Formatting Space; Attaching Documents and Files for users. Videos; and Writing Tools.
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