Rolling Your Own Web Site
November 1, 2004
There are a lot of software packages out there that claim to let you develop your own web site, without ever having to learn the technical aspects. Do they deliver? Well, yes — and no. They can definitely allow you to get material online, but the essence of success is knowing what they really can do, and what they can’t. The truth is that if you have the time and patience, you can save out-of-pocket costs by building the bulk of your web site yourself — particularly if you know the things that it’s easier (and often cheaper) to call in the professionals for. This teleclass series will give you an essential understanding of the risks and benefits, including:
- How to find the appropriate tools, and what to expect from them.
- The simple technical things you can learn that will make a dramatic difference in your results.
- How to leverage a little professional development for a major return.
This six week Teleclass Series consists of the following one hour sessions:
- Basic Tools (and What They Won’t Do)
- Getting Started
- What You Have to Learn
- Stuff That Looks Hard (But Isn’t)
- Evaluating Your Results
- Picking Your Battles – Outsourcing the Difficult
Participants will receive a lesson plan for each class, as well as access to the downloadable audio recordings of each class. The cost for this series is $125.
Special Offer: This series is currently under development — if you would like to be a participant during this development phase, your cost will be only $99 for the entire six-week series. A limited number of seats will be available for this price, on a first-come, first-served basis.
Next Scheduled Class: TBD
If you have questions, or are interested in participating in this series, please leave a comment using the form below.