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Your website should be the hub of all your marketing efforts. Is yours a 24/7 lead generating machine or an out-of-date embarrassment?
With years of digital marketing experience, the web gurus at Kiwi Creative—a Cleveland-based marketing studio for B2B software and technology companies—have seen the good, bad and downright ugly of all things website-related. Join Jen as she shares her top 10 picks for things NOT to do when redoing your company’s website. You’ll leave with a succinct list of tips and resources to help you build an awesome website, all while being entertained by some real-life (but anonymous!) website horror stories.
At this Lunch + Learn, attendees will leave knowing how to:
Optimize a site for lead generation, distinguish between good vs. bad website trends, and avoid common website security risks.
About the Speaker:
Jen Lombardi—Head Honcho & Creative Genius
As a small business owner (and founder!), Jen splits her time between being a creative director, marketing strategist, business visionary, HR manager and bookkeeper. And she loves every minute it. (Who knew creative people could learn to appreciate Quickbooks?)
Jen is a 2005 graduate of the prestigious S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications (http://newhouse.syr.edu/) at Syracuse University and has worked as the lead designer on big-name accounts like Verizon Wireless, Hyatt, Starbucks and Ocean Spray in her past life at advertising agencies around Cleveland. In addition to collecting quite a few accolades for her own work, she’s also been a two-time judge of the Webby Awards (http://webbyawards.com/) and a repeat speaker at several conferences, including HOW Design Live (http://howdesignlive.com/).
Note: we are collecting RSVPs on multiple platforms; RSVPs here do not reflect total anticipated attendance
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