Business Websites That Work

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Business Websites That Work

Time: June 12, 2013 from 4pm to 6pm
Location: Ashland Library, downstairs in the Gresham Room.
Street: 410 Siskiyou Blvd
City/Town: Ashland
Website or Map:…
Phone: 541-941-4840
Event Type: business
Organized By: Ed Taylor
Latest Activity: Jun 7, 2013

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Business Websites that Work 

Search Engine Optimization, the ability to easily add videos, mobile compatibility and the ability to change most website content without requiring a webmaster are all benefits that provide a competitive advantage to small business owners.

The most popular website platform, WordPress which powers 22% of all new websites, is FREE, open source, and provides small business owners with all of these benefits and many more. wordpress_logo_small

During this session expert WordPress developer Steve Wolfson and Internet Marketing Coach “Santa” Ed Taylor will share their experiences working with WordPress to help their small business clients build their business success.

If you are currently using WordPress to power your website bring your questions.

If you have a non WordPress website come and learn how WordPress can save you time, money and reduce your dependence on your webmaster.

We will discuss “plug-ins” that have been most effective, including SEO plug-ins, text editors, social share tools, etc.  We will also discuss e-mail, e-commerce integration and much more.

The meeting will be held Wednesday, June 12th from 4:00 – 6:00PM at the Ashland Library, downstairs in the Gresham Room.

All are invited to attend. Donations are appreciated and will be accepted.

Your Speakers: 

Steve Wolfson is an experienced WordPress developer with many years of computing expertise. Previously the IT manager at an 80 employee company, Steve is based in Ashland and has been involved with more than 200 WordPress sites.  He has many WordPress web clients throughout the US and Europe.  For three years he was a frequent support provider on the support forums. Learn more at 

“Santa” Ed Taylor is a national recognized Internet marketing expert and coach. He has delivered presentations for more than 1,800 business groups and associations. “Santa” Ed lives in Ashland and coaches small business owners throughout the US. Learn more-

If you have any questions you can reach “Santa” Ed at [email protected] or 541-941-4840

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