The Care and Feeding of Your Web Site
November 1, 2004
A basic problem with being the owner of a small business web site is that it doesn’t come with an owner’s manual. Consequently, most people have no idea how to tell if their site is operating at a reasonable level of performance, whether it needs immediate attention, or just a small tune-up. The good news is that it’s not difficult to keep your web site out of trouble and working at its best, once you learn how. This teleclass series covers the basic things you should do to:
- Insure that your site has not been compromised.
- Keep your site fresh and working properly for your visitors.
- Promote your site as part of your every day activities.
This six week Teleclass Series consists of the following one hour sessions:
- Site Statistics and Why You Care
- Watching for Problems
- Keeping Up, Keeping Fresh
- Everyday Promotion
- When it’s Time to Remodel
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 Series: Thursdays at 3pm EST, beginning 3/03/05
If you have questions, or are interested in participating in this series, please leave a comment using the form below.