Online Registration is now closed, but walk-ins are WELCOME. $20 per person at the door.
Speaker Tom Petty Presents, "How to Generate Business Leads With Your Website"
You work hard for your business to make sure it delivers for your customers. Your website is the center of all marketing efforts, and should communicate how you serve your customers. Unfortunately, most websites actually turn business away because of three fundamental mistakes most business owners make.
During this workshop we’ll show you how to make sure your potential customers find you, engage with you, and only do business with you and not your competitors.
Registrants can submit their website to Thomas Petty HERE for possible selection for mini-review during class.
About Tom Petty:
Thomas Petty has been a Digital Marketing Trainer since 2008 when the company -- WSI Smart Solutions -- was founded by him. He has been involved with technology since 1989. He had a 21-year career at a Fortune 100 company, most of which was spent in the Information Technology arena. His background and expertise spans computer and server support, networks, data centers, web technology and software systems design and deployment.
He has taught many different types of coursework including Windows®, programming, networks, and WordPress® as well as a long list of webinars that have been attended by people from around the globe.
Thomas is only one of approximately 3000 HFI-Certified Usability Analysts® in the world, having been trained in web usability by Human Factors International.
He has owned his own digital marketing and SEO consulting business in Livermore, California since 2005, and works with many different industries to market their businesses on the web.
Here's what one Google reviewer had to say about the workshop he gave at the Lafayette Chamber of Commerce:
"Saw Tom's presentation last night at the Lafayette Chamber and he was awesome! I took a couple pages of notes on the good ideas he spoke about to grow my business. He's a genuine guy who stopped to answer questions (everybody had em)."